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Philipp Honegger, Ph.D.

Concepts (25)

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Name Number of Publications Most Recent Publication Publications by All Authors Concept Score Why?
Water6202213211.780 Why?
Molecular Dynamics Simulation520223651.530 Why?
Micelles320192051.530 Why?
Ubiquitin320198271.480 Why?
Solvents120192950.700 Why?
Ligases120193350.670 Why?
Cells120191660.650 Why?
Models, Molecular1201954670.360 Why?
Solutions220194120.340 Why?
Macromolecular Substances2201915000.290 Why?
Proteins1201960700.250 Why?
Chemistry Techniques, Analytical12019470.180 Why?
Succinates12018830.170 Why?
Surface-Active Agents120181500.170 Why?
Thermodynamics120186000.150 Why?
Cell Wall120194470.140 Why?
Particle Size1201816710.130 Why?
Molecular Structure1201819500.120 Why?
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy2202236870.120 Why?
Kinetics1201866550.100 Why?
Protein Conformation1201840420.100 Why?
Computer Simulation1201961050.070 Why?
2-Naphthylamine12022240.060 Why?
Acrylonitrile12022210.060 Why?
Magnetic Resonance Imaging12022344300.030 Why?
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