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  1. Andreas Steffen, Maximilian Karasz, Carolin Thiele, Thomas Lengauer, Andreas Kämper, Gerhard Wenz, and Joannis Apostolakis
    Combined similarity and QSPR virtual screening for guest molecules of $\beta$-cyclodextrin
    New Journal of Chemistry 31 (11): 1941-1949, 2007
  2. Andreas Steffen, Carolin Thiele, Simon Tietze, Christian Strassnig, Andreas Kämper, Thomas Lengauer, Gerhard Wenz, and Joannis Apostolakis
    Improved cyclodextrin-based receptors for camptothecin by inverse virtual screening
    Chemistry 13 (24): 6801-6809, 2007
  3. Andreas Kämper, Joannis Apostolakis, Matthias Rarey, Christel Maria Marian, and Thomas Lengauer
    Fully Automated Flexible Docking of Ligands into Flexible Synthetic Receptors Using Forward and Inverse Docking Strategies
    Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling 46 (2): 903-911, 2006
  4. Andreas Kämper, Joannis Apostolakis, and Thomas Lengauer
    Docking of Bacterial Cell-Wall Fragments into Glycopeptide Antibiotics
    In: From Genes to Drugs via Crystallography: 33rd crytallographic course at the E. Majorana Center, Erice, Italy, 2002, 49 p.
  5. Joannis Apostolakis, D. Hofmann, and Thomas Lengauer
    Derivation of a scoring function for crystal structure prediction
    Acta Crystallographica A57: 442-450, 2001
  6. Andreas Kämper, Joannis Apostolakis, Matthias Rarey, Christel Maria Marian, and Thomas Lengauer
    Docking of Ligands into Artificial Receptors
    In: Electronically Excited Molecules: Structure and Dynamics, 37th Symposium for Theoretical Chemistry, Bad Herrenalb, Germany, Sep. 23-29, 2001, 2001, P76 p.
  7. Andreas Kämper, Joannis Apostolakis, Matthias Rarey, Christel Maria Marian, and Thomas Lengauer
    Docking of Ligands into Artificial Receptors
    Poster at the Annual Meeting of the German CHemical Society, Würzburg, Germany