Philip M. Kim
Philip M. Kim
Professor, University of Toronto
Verified email at - Homepage
Cited by
Cited by
The genetic landscape of a cell
M Costanzo, A Baryshnikova, J Bellay, Y Kim, ED Spear, CS Sevier, ...
science 327 (5964), 425-431, 2010
Classification of intrinsically disordered regions and proteins
R Van Der Lee, M Buljan, B Lang, RJ Weatheritt, GW Daughdrill, ...
Chemical reviews 114 (13), 6589-6631, 2014
Paired-end mapping reveals extensive structural variation in the human genome
JO Korbel, AE Urban, JP Affourtit, B Godwin, F Grubert, JF Simons, ...
Science 318 (5849), 420-426, 2007
The evolutionary landscape of alternative splicing in vertebrate species
NL Barbosa-Morais, M Irimia, Q Pan, HY Xiong, S Gueroussov, LJ Lee, ...
Science 338 (6114), 1587-1593, 2012
The importance of bottlenecks in protein networks: correlation with gene essentiality and expression dynamics
H Yu, PM Kim, E Sprecher, V Trifonov, M Gerstein
PLoS computational biology 3 (4), e59, 2007
Relating three-dimensional structures to protein networks provides evolutionary insights
PM Kim, LJ Lu, Y Xia, MB Gerstein
Science 314 (5807), 1938-1941, 2006
Tissue-specific alternative splicing remodels protein-protein interaction networks
JD Ellis, M Barrios-Rodiles, R Colak, M Irimia, TH Kim, JA Calarco, ...
Molecular cell 46 (6), 884-892, 2012
Deciphering protein kinase specificity through large-scale analysis of yeast phosphorylation site motifs
J Mok, PM Kim, HYK Lam, S Piccirillo, X Zhou, GR Jeschke, DL Sheridan, ...
Science signaling 3 (109), ra12-ra12, 2010
C2H2 zinc finger proteins greatly expand the human regulatory lexicon
HS Najafabadi, S Mnaimneh, FW Schmitges, M Garton, KN Lam, A Yang, ...
Nature biotechnology 33 (5), 555-562, 2015
Subsystem identification through dimensionality reduction of large-scale gene expression data
PM Kim, B Tidor
Genome research 13 (7), 1706-1718, 2003
The role of disorder in interaction networks: a structural analysis
PM Kim, A Sboner, Y Xia, M Gerstein
Molecular systems biology 4 (1), 179, 2008
Nucleotide-resolution analysis of structural variants using BreakSeq and a breakpoint library
HYK Lam, XJ Mu, AM Stütz, A Tanzer, PD Cayting, M Snyder, PM Kim, ...
Nature biotechnology 28 (1), 47-55, 2010
Fast and flexible protein design using deep graph neural networks
A Strokach, D Becerra, C Corbi-Verge, A Perez-Riba, PM Kim
Cell systems 11 (4), 402-411. e4, 2020
Bayesian modeling of the yeast SH3 domain interactome predicts spatiotemporal dynamics of endocytosis proteins
R Tonikian, X Xin, CP Toret, D Gfeller, C Landgraf, S Panni, S Paoluzi, ...
PLoS biology 7 (10), e1000218, 2009
Analysis of copy number variants and segmental duplications in the human genome: Evidence for a change in the process of formation in recent evolutionary history
PM Kim, HYK Lam, AE Urban, JO Korbel, J Affourtit, F Grubert, X Chen, ...
Genome research 18 (12), 1865-1874, 2008
Positive selection at the protein network periphery: evaluation in terms of structural constraints and cellular context
PM Kim, JO Korbel, MB Gerstein
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (51), 20274-20279, 2007
Bringing order to protein disorder through comparative genomics and genetic interactions
J Bellay, S Han, M Michaut, TH Kim, M Costanzo, BJ Andrews, C Boone, ...
Genome biology 12, 1-15, 2011
Large-scale interaction profiling of PDZ domains through proteomic peptide-phage display using human and viral phage peptidomes
Y Ivarsson, R Arnold, M McLaughlin, S Nim, R Joshi, D Ray, B Liu, J Teyra, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 111 (7), 2542-2547, 2014
Coevolution of PDZ domain–ligand interactions analyzed by high-throughput phage display and deep sequencing
A Ernst, D Gfeller, Z Kan, S Seshagiri, PM Kim, GD Bader, SS Sidhu
Molecular BioSystems 6 (10), 1782-1790, 2010
A systematic approach to identify novel cancer drug targets using machine learning, inhibitor design and high-throughput screening
J Jeon, S Nim, J Teyra, A Datti, JL Wrana, SS Sidhu, J Moffat, PM Kim
Genome medicine 6, 1-18, 2014
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20