Mikołaj Feliks, M.Sc.

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Research profile

Modeling of asymmetric organocatalysis and enzymatic catalysis


  1. W. Beker, K. M. Langner, E. Dyguda-Kazimierowicz, M. Feliks, W. A. Sokalski, Low cost prediction of relative stabilities of hydrogen bonded complexes from atomic multipole moments for overly short intermolecular distances, J.Comp.Chem. 34 (21), 1797-1799 (2013) DOI
  2. R. Grzywa, E. Dyguda-Kazimierowicz, M. Sienczyk, M. Feliks, W. A. Sokalski, J. Oleksyszyn, The Molecular Basis of Urokinase Inhibition: From the Nonempirical Analysis of Intermolecular Interactions to the Prediction of Binding Affinity, J.Mol.Model. 13 (6-7), 677-683 (2007) DOI [available on request]
  3. J. Wang, J. Gu, J. Leszczynski, M. Feliks, W. A. Sokalski, Oxime-induced reactivation of sarin-inhibited AChE: a theoretical mechanism study, J.Phys.Chem.B 111 (9), 2404-2408 (2007) DOI

Conference presentations

  • Reactivation Mechanisms for Sarin-Inhibited Acetylcholinesterase by Oxime: A Model DFT Study, M. Feliks, Jing Wang, Jerzy Leszczynski, Modeling and Design of Molecular Materials 2006, Wroclaw, Poland (poster presentation)
  • Application of Homology Modeling to the Prediction of Janus Kinases Tertriary Structure, M. Feliks, E. Dyguda-Kazimierowicz, W. A. Sokalski, Workshop on the Structure and Function of Biomolecules II (2006), Będlewo, Poland (poster presentation)
  • Wykorzystanie Zjawiska Homologii Białek w Modelowaniu Trójwymiarowej Struktury Kinaz Janusa (JAK), M. Feliks, E. Dyguda-Kazimierowicz, W. A. Sokalski, 4th Students' Scientific Conference (KNS), Wroclaw University of Technology, May 2006 (oral presentation)