Full Name
Victor Kostyuchenko
Variants
Kostyuchenko V.A.
Kostyuchenko, V.A.
 
 
 
Email
gmsvk@nus.edu.sg
 

Publications

Results 1-9 of 9 (Search time: 0.007 seconds).

Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12015A highly potent human antibody neutralizes dengue virus serotype 3 by binding across three surface proteinsFibriansah G. ; Tan J.L. ; Smith S.A.; De Alwis R.; Ng T.-S. ; Kostyuchenko V.A. ; Jadi R.S.; Kukkaro P. ; De Silva A.M.; Crowe J.E.; Lok S.-M. 
22014A potent anti-dengue human antibody preferentially recognizes the conformation of E protein monomers assembled on the virus surfaceFibriansah G. ; Tan J.L. ; Smith S.A.; de Alwis A.R.; Ng T.-S. ; Kostyuchenko V.A. ; Ibarra K.D.; Wang J. ; Harris E.; de Silva A.; Crowe J.E.; Lok S.-M. 
32006From structure of the complex to understanding of the biologyRossmann, M.G; Arisaka, F; Battisti, A.J; Bowman, V.D; Chipman, P.R; Fokine, A; Hafenstein, S; Kanamaru, S; Kostyuchenko, V.A ; Mesyanzhinov, V.V; Shneider, M.M; Morais, M.C; Leiman, P.G; Palermo, L.M; Parrish, C.R; Xiao, C
4Jul-2013Immature and mature dengue serotype 1 virus structures provide insight into the maturation processKostyuchenko, V.A. ; Zhang, Q. ; Tan, J.L. ; Ng, T.-S. ; Lok, S.-M. 
52010Morphogenesis of the T4 tail and tail fibersLeiman, P.G.; Arisaka, F.; Van Raaij, M.J.; Kostyuchenko, V.A. ; Aksyuk, A.A.; Kanamaru, S.; Rossmann, M.G.
6Jan-2014Near-atomic resolution cryo-electron microscopic structure of dengue serotype 4 virusKostyuchenko, V.A. ; Chew, P.L. ; Ng, T.-S. ; Lok, S.-M. 
72016Neutralization mechanism of a highly potent antibody against Zika virusZhang, S ; Kostyuchenko, V.A ; Ng, T.-S ; Lim, X.-N ; Ooi, J.S.G ; Lambert, S ; Tan, T.Y ; Widman, D.G; Shi, J ; Baric, R.S; Lok, S.-M 
82012Release of Dengue Virus Genome Induced by a Peptide InhibitorLok S.-M. ; Costin J.M.; Hrobowski Y.M.; Hoffmann A.R.; Rowe D.K.; Kukkaro P. ; Holdaway H.; Chipman P.; Fontaine K.A.; Holbrook M.R.; Garry R.F.; Kostyuchenko V. ; Wimley W.C.; Isern S.; Rossmann M.G.; Michael S.F.
9Jul-2013Structural changes in dengue virus when exposed to a temperature of 37°CFibriansah, G. ; Ng, T.-S. ; Kostyuchenko, V.A. ; Lee, J. ; Lee, S.; Wang, J.; Lok, S.-M.