Vytautas Petrauskas
Vytautas Petrauskas
Senior scientist, Vilnius University Institute of Biotechnology
Verified email at bti.vu.lt
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Discovery and characterization of novel selective inhibitors of carbonic anhydrase IX
V Dudutiene, J Matuliene, A Smirnov, DD Timm, A Zubriene, ...
Journal of medicinal chemistry 57 (22), 9435-9446, 2014
612014
Thermodynamics of cationic and anionic surfactant interaction
P Norvaišas, V Petrauskas, D Matulis
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (7), 2138-2144, 2012
262012
Determination of the volume changes induced by ligand binding to heat shock protein 90 using high-pressure denaturation
Z Toleikis, P Cimmperman, V Petrauskas, D Matulis
Analytical biochemistry 413 (2), 171-178, 2011
192011
A combinatorial biophysical approach; FTSA and SPR for identifying small molecule ligands and PAINs
M Redhead, R Satchell, V Morkūnaitė, D Swift, V Petrauskas, E Golding, ...
Analytical biochemistry 479, 63-73, 2015
182015
Thermodynamics of ion pair formations between charged poly (amino acid) s
V Petrauskas, E Maximowitsch, D Matulis
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 119 (37), 12164-12171, 2015
172015
Phase diagram of subphtalocyanine ordering on Ag (111)
V Petrauskas, S Lapinskas, EE Tornau
The Journal of chemical physics 120 (24), 11815-11821, 2004
152004
Two-phase structure of ultra-thin La–Sr–MnO films
S Balevičius, P Cimmperman, V Petrauskas, V Stankevič, EE Tornau, ...
Thin Solid Films 515 (2), 691-694, 2006
122006
Isothermal titration calorimetry and thermal shift assay in drug design
A Zubriene, E Kazlauskas, L Baranauskiene, V Petrauskas, D Matulis
European pharmaceutical review 16, 56-59, 2011
112011
Surface phase transitions at O and CO catalytic reaction on Pd (1 1 1)
EE Tornau, V Petrauskas, G Zvejnieks
Catalysis today 116 (1), 62-68, 2006
112006
Serum albumin ligand binding volumes using high pressure denaturation
Z Toleikis, P Cimmperman, V Petrauskas, D Matulis
The Journal of Chemical Thermodynamics 52, 24-29, 2012
102012
Monte Carlo simulation study of magnetic behaviour of core‐shell bimetallic nanoparticles
O Crisan, EE Tornau, V Petrauskas, M Angelakeris
physica status solidi (c) 1 (12), 3760-3763, 2004
102004
Thermodynamic, kinetic, and structural parameterization of human carbonic anhydrase interactions toward enhanced inhibitor design
V Linkuvienė, A Zubrienė, E Manakova, V Petrauskas, L Baranauskienė, ...
Quarterly reviews of biophysics 51, 2018
92018
Modelling of phase transitions and reaction at CO adsorption on oxygen precovered Pd (1 1 1)
G Zvejnieks, VN Kuzovkov, V Petrauskas, EE Tornau
Applied surface science 252 (15), 5395-5398, 2006
82006
Volume of Hsp90 ligand binding and the unfolding phase diagram as a function of pressure and temperature
V Petrauskas, J Gylytė, Z Toleikis, P Cimmperman, D Matulis
European Biophysics Journal 42 (5), 355-362, 2013
72013
Volume of Hsp90 protein–ligand binding determined by fluorescent pressure shift assay, densitometry, and NMR
Z Toleikis, VA Sirotkin, G Skvarnavičius, J Smirnovienė, ...
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 120 (37), 9903-9912, 2016
62016
Isothermal titration calorimetry and fluorescent thermal and pressure shift assays in protein-ligand interactions
V Petrauskas, L Baranauskienė, A Zubrienė, D Matulis
Biocalorimetry: Foundations and Contemporary Approaches, 261-280, 2016
42016
Thermodynamics of Interactions Between Charged Surfactants and Ionic Poly (amino acids) by Isothermal Titration Calorimetry
G Skvarnavičius, D Dvareckas, D Matulis, V Petrauskas
ACS omega 4 (17), 17527-17535, 2019
32019
Inhibitor binding to carbonic anhydrases by fluorescent thermal shift assay
V Petrauskas, A Zubrienė, MJ Todd, D Matulis
Carbonic Anhydrase as Drug Target, 63-78, 2019
32019
Modelling of grain boundary resistance in thin films of lanthanum manganites
V Petrauskas
LitJP 46 (2), 191-198, 2006
32006
High pressure spectrofluorimetry–a tool to determine protein-ligand binding volume
G Skvarnavičius, Z Toleikis, J Smirnoviene, P Norvaišas, P Cimmperman, ...
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