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1. Kontopoulos, D.-G., and Glykos, N.M. (2013). Pinda: A Web service for detection and analysis of intraspecies gene duplication events. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine 111(3):711-714.

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2. Vlachakis, D., Kontopoulos, D.G., and Kossida, S. (2013). Space Constrained Homology Modelling: The Paradigm of the RNA-Dependent RNA Polymerase of Dengue (Type II) Virus. Computational and Mathematical Methods in Medicine 2013:108910.

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3. Kontopoulou, T.,, Kontopoulos, D.G., Vaidakis, E., and Mousoulis, G.P. (2015). Adult Kawasaki disease in a European patient: a case report and review of the literature. Journal of Medical Case Reports 9:75.

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4. Kontopoulos, D.G., Vlachakis, D., Tsiliki, G., and Kossida, S. (2016). Structuprint: a scalable and extensible tool for two-dimensional representation of protein surfaces. BMC Structural Biology 16:4.

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5. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Kontopoulou, T., Ho, H.-C., and García-Carreras, B. (2017). Towards a theoretically informed policy against a rakghoul plague outbreak. The Medical Journal of Australia 207(11):490-494.

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6. Kontopoulos, D.-G., García-Carreras, B., Sal, S., Smith, T.P., and Pawar, S. (2018). Use and misuse of temperature normalisation in meta-analyses of thermal responses of biological traits. PeerJ 6:e4363.

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7. Kumbhar, R., Vidal-Eychenié, S., Kontopoulos, D.-G., Larroque, M., Larroque, C., Basbous, J., Kossida, S., Ribeyre, C., and Constantinou, A. (2018). Recruitment of ubiquitin-activating enzyme UBA1 to DNA by poly(ADP-ribose) promotes ATR signalling. Life Science Alliance 1(3):e201800096.

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8. García-Carreras, B., Sal, S., Padfield, D., Kontopoulos, D.-G., Bestion, E., Schaum, C.-E., Yvon-Durocher, G., and Pawar, S. (2018). Role of carbon allocation efficiency in the temperature dependence of autotroph growth rates. PNAS.

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9. Kontopoulos, D.-G., van Sebille, E., Lange, M., Yvon-Durocher, G., Barraclough, T.G., and Pawar, S. (2018). Phytoplankton thermal responses adapt in the absence of hard thermodynamic constraints. bioRxiv.

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1. Kontopoulos, D.-G., and Glykos, N.M. Pinda: a Web Service for Detection and Analysis of Intraspecies Gene Duplications.

2. Vlachakis, D., Tsiliki, G., Kondos, D., Kontopoulos, D.-G., Feidakis, C, and Kossida, S. Applied bioinformatics in the structural, post-genomic era.

3. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Yvon-Durocher, G., Chen, B., and Pawar, S. Γενικά μοτίβα θερμικής προσαρμογής μεταξύ των ειδών του φυτοπλαγκτού [General patterns of thermal adaptation among phytoplankton].

4. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Yvon-Durocher, G., Allen, A.P., Chen, B., Thomas, M.K., and Pawar, S. Phylogenetic constraints and environmental drivers of thermal adaptation among the phytoplankton.

5. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Yvon-Durocher, G., and Pawar, S. Deep-time macroevolution of thermal sensitivity of growth rate among phytoplankton.

6. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Yvon-Durocher, G., and Pawar, S. Deep-time macroevolution of thermal sensitivity of growth rate among phytoplankton.

7. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Yvon-Durocher, G., and Pawar, S. Niche convergence in the macroevolution of the thermal sensitivity of phytoplankton growth rate.

8. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Papageorgiou, L., and Vlachakis, D. PenDrugOn: A fully automated platform for designing antibody drug conjugates.

9. Kontopoulos, D.-G., van Sebille, E., Lange, M., Yvon-Durocher, G., and Pawar, S. Trait correlations vs environmental drivers in the evolution of phytoplankton thermal responses.

10. Kontopoulos, D.-G., van Sebille, E., Lange, M., Yvon-Durocher, G., Barraclough, T.G., and Pawar, S. Non-random adaptive evolution of the thermal sensitivity of growth rate among phytoplankton.

11. Kontopoulos, D.-G., Patmanidis, I., Barraclough, T.G., and Pawar, S. Nonsynonymous mutations are more detrimental at high temperatures; a prokaryote-wide study of adenylate kinases.

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