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Sager, Christoph P. and Fiege, Brigitte and Zihlmann, Pascal and Vannam, Raghu and Rabbani, Said and Jakob, Roman P. and Preston, Roland C. and Zalewski, Adam and Maier, Timm and Peczuh, Mark W. and Ernst, Beat. (2018) The price of flexibility - a case study on septanoses as pyranose mimetics. Chemical Science, 9. pp. 646-654.

Rabbani, Said and Krammer, Eva-Maria and Goedele, Roos and Zalewski, Adam and Preston, Roland and Eid, Sameh and Zihlmann, Pascal and Prévost, Martine and Lensink, Marc F. and Thompson, Andrew and Ernst, Beat and Bouckaert, Julie. (2017) Mutation of Tyr137 of the universal Escherichia coli fimbrial adhesin FimH relaxes the tyrosine gate prior to mannose binding. IU Cr J, 4 (1). pp. 7-23.

Eid, Sameh and Saleh, Noureldin and Zalewski, Adam and Vedani, Angelo. (2014) Exploring the free-energy landscape of carbohydrate-protein complexes : development and validation of scoring functions considering the binding-site topology. Journal of computer-aided molecular design, Vol. 28, H. 12. pp. 1191-1204.

Pang, Lijuan and Kleeb, Simon and Lemme, Katrin and Rabbani, Said and Scharenberg, Meike and Zalewski, Adam and Schädler, Florentina and Schwardt, Oliver and Ernst, Beat. (2012) FimH Antagonists: Structure-Activity and Structure-Property Relationships for Biphenyl α-D-Mannopyranosides. ChemMedChem, 7 (8). pp. 1404-1422.

Schwardt, Oliver and Rabbani, Said and Hartmann, Margrit and Abgottspon, Daniela and Wittwer, Matthias and Kleeb, Simon and Zalewski, Adam and Smiesko, Martin and Cutting, Brian and Ernst, Beat. (2011) Design, Synthesis and Biological Evaluation of Mannosyl Triazoles as FimH Antagonists. Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry, 19 (21). pp. 6454-6473.

Thesis

Zalewski, Adam. In pursuit of a novel UTI treatment strategy - an "in silico" study of the FimH adhesin. 2013, Doctoral Thesis, University of Basel, Faculty of Science.