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Molecular Biosciences


MCB060011

  1. S. Bennun, R Faller, A Simulated Phase Diagram of DLPC and DSPC in preparation, 2005

  2. Dickey, and R. Faller. Investigating Interactions of Biomembranes with alcohol: A Multiscale Approach. J Polym Sci B 43:1025-1032, 2005

  3. J. Switzer, S. Bennun, M. Longo, A. Palazoglu and R. Faller: Karhunen-Loeve analysis for pattern description in phase separated lipid bilayer systems J Chem Phys submitted

Biochemistry and Molecular Structure and Function


MCB060010

  1. Ji, Y., Marinescu, D.C., Zhang, W., Zhang, X., Yan, X., and Baker T.S. (2005) A model-based parallel origin and orientation refinement algorithm for cryoTEM and its application to the study of virus structures, J. Struct. Biol., in press.

  2. Zhang, X., Ji, X., Zhang, L., Harrison, S.C., Marinescu, D.C., Nibert, M.L. and Baker, T.S. (2005) Features of reovirus outer capsid protein µ1 revealed by electron cryomicroscopy and image reconstruction of the virion at 7.0 Å resolution, Structure 13 1545-1557

MCB060067

  1. W. Thomas, M. Forero, O. Yakovenko, L. Nilsson, P. Vicini, E. Sokurenko, and V. Vogel. Catch-Bond Model Derived from Allostery Explains Force-Activated Bacterial Adhesion. Biophys. J., 90(3):753–764, 2006.

MCB060061

  1. X. Pan, P. Ye, D. S. Yuan, X. Wang, J. S. Bader, and J. D. Boeke. A dna integrity network in the yeast saccharomyces cerevisia. Cell, In press, 2

  2. Y. Qi, P. Ye, and J. S. Bader. Genetic interaction motif finding by expectation maximization - a novel statistical model for inferring gene modules from synthetic lethality. BMC Bioinformatics, 6(1):288, 2005.

  3. P. Ye, B. D. Peyser, X. Pan, J. D. Boeke, F. A. Spencer, and J. S. Bader. Gene function prediction from congruent synthetic lethal interactions in yeast. Molecular Systems Biology, 1, 2005.

  4. P. Ye, B. D. Peyser, F. A. Spencer, and J. S. Bader. Commensurate distances and similar motifs in genetic congruence and protein interaction networks in yeast. BMC Bioinformatics, 6:270, 2005.

MCB060037

  1. Zhang, L., R. Shapiro, and S. Broyde, Molecular dynamics of a food carcinogen-DNA adduct in a replicative DNA polymerase suggest hindered nucleotide incorporation and extension. Chem Res Toxicol, 2005. 18(9): p. 1347-63.

MCA93S028

  1. Aleksij Aksimentiev and Klaus Schulten. Imaging alpha-hemolysin with molecular dynamics: Ionic conductance, osmotic permeability and the electrostatic potential map. Biophysical Journal, 88:3745– 3761, 2005.

  2. Anton Arkhipov, Peter L. Freddolino, Katsumi Imada, Keiichi Namba, and Klaus Schulten. Coarse grained molecular dynamics simulations of a rotating bacterial flagellum. 2006. Submitted. http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Proposals/LRAC2006/FLAG2006.pdf

  3. Anton Arkhipov and Klaus Schulten. Stability and dynamics of virus capsids described by coarsegrained modeling. Structure, 2006. Submitted.

  4. Jordi Cohen, Anton Arkhipov, Rosemary Braun, and Klaus Schulten. Imaging the migration pathways for O2, CO, NO, and Xe inside myoglobin. Biophysical Journal, 2006. In press.

  5. Jordi Cohen, Kwiseon Kim, Paul King, Michael Seibert, and Klaus Schulten. Finding gas diffusion pathways in proteins: Application to O2 and H2 transport in CpI [FeFe]-hydrogenase and the role of packing defects. Structure, 13:1321–1329, 2005.

  6. Jordi Cohen, Kwiseon Kim, Matthew Posewitz, Maria L. Ghirardi, Klaus Schulten, Michael Seibert, and Paul King. Molecular dynamics and experimental investigation of H2 and O2 diffusion in [Fe]-hydrogenase. Biochemical Society Transactions, 33:80–82, 2005.

  7. Jordi Cohen and Klaus Schulten. Gas migration pathways in monomeric globins. Biophysical Journal, 2006. Soon to be submitted. http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Proposals/LRAC2006/COHE2006A.pdf

  8. Markus Dittrich, Peter L. Freddolino, and Klaus Schulten. When light falls in LOV: A quantum mechanical/ molecular mechanical study of photoexcitation in Phot-LOV1 of Chlamydomonas reinhardtii. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 109:13006–13013, 2005.

  9. Markus Dittrich and Klaus Schulten. Zooming in on ATP hydrolysis in F1. Journal of Bioenergetics and Biomembranes, 37:441–444, 2005.

  10. Markus Dittrich and Klaus Schulten. PcrA helicase, a prototype ATP-driven molecular motor. Structure, 2006. In press.

  11. Markus Dittrich, Jin Yu, and Klaus Schulten. PcrA helicase, a molecular motor studied from the electronic to the functional level. Topics in Current Chemistry, 2006. In press.

  12. Peter L. Freddolino, Anton S. Arkhipov, Steven B. Larson, Alexander McPherson, and Klaus Schulten. Molecular dynamics simulations of the complete satellite tobacco mosaic virus. Structure, 14:437–449, 2006.

  13. Mu Gao and Klaus Schulten. Onset of anthrax toxin pore formation. Biophysical Journal, 90:3267– 3279, 2006.

  14. Mu Gao, Marcos Sotomayor, Elizabeth Villa, Eric Lee, and Klaus Schulten. Molecular mechanisms of cellular mechanics. Physical Chemistry - Chemical Physics, 2006. In press.

  15. Maria L. Ghirardi, Jordi Cohen, Paul King, Klaus Schulten, Kwiseon Kim, and Michael Seibert. [FeFe]-hydrogenases and photobiological hydrogen production. Proceedings of SPIE, 2006. Submitted. http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Proposals/LRAC2006/GHIR2006.pdf

  16. Maria L. Ghirardi, Paul W. King, Matthew C. Posewitz, Pin Ching Maness, Alexander Fedorov, Kwiseon Kim, Jordi Cohen, Klaus Schulten, and Michael Seibert. Approaches to developing biological H2-photoproducing organisms and processes. Biochemical Society Transactions, 33:70–72, 2005.

  17. Michelle Gower, Jordi Cohen, James Phillips, Richard Kufrin, and Klaus Schulten. Managing biomolecular simulations in a grid environment with NAMD-G. In proceedings of the 2006 TeraGrid Conference, 2006. In press.

  18. Maria E. Gracheva, Anlin Xiong, Jean-Pierre Leburton, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Klaus Schulten, and Gregory Timp. Simulation of the electric response of DNA translocation through a semiconductor nanopore-capacitor. Nanotechnology, 17:622–633, 2006.

  19. James Gumbart and Klaus Schulten. Molecular dynamics studies of the archaeal translocon. Biophysical Journal, 90:2356–2367, 2006.

  20. James Gumbart, Yi Wang, Alekseij Aksimentiev, Emad Tajkhorshid, and Klaus Schulten. Molecular dynamics simulations of proteins in lipid bilayers. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 15:423–431, 2005.

  21. J. B Heng, A. Aksimentiev, C. Ho, P. Marks, Y. V. Grinkova, S. Sligar, K. Schulten, and G. Timp. Stretching DNA using an electric field in a synthetic nanopore. Nano Letters, 5:1883–1888, 2005.

  22. J. B. Heng, A. Aksimentiev, C. Ho, P. Marks, Y. V. Grinkova, S. Sligar, K. Schulten, and G. Timp. The electromechanics of DNA in a synthetic nanopore. Biophysical Journal, 90:1098–1106, 2006.

  23. Jerome Henin, Klaus Schulten, and Christophe Chipot. Conformational equilibrium in alanine-rich peptides probed by reversible stretching simulations. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2006. In press.

  24. Timothy A. Isgro and Klaus Schulten. Binding dynamics of isolated nucleoporin repeat regions to importin-_. Structure, 13:1869–1879, 2005.

  25. Laxmikant V. Kale, Klaus Schulten, Robert D. Skeel, Glenn Martyna, Mark Tuckerman, James C. Phillips, Sameer Kumar, and Gengbin Zheng. Biomolecular modeling using parallel supercomputers. In S. Aluru, editor, Handbook of computational molecular biology, pages 34.1–34.43. Taylor and Francis, 2005.

  26. Fatemeh Khalili-Araghi, Emad Tajkhorshid, and Klaus Schulten. Dynamics of K+ ion conduction through Kv1.2. Biophysical Journal, 2006. In press.

  27. Ioan Kosztin and Klaus Schulten. Molecular dynamics methods for bioelectronic systems in photosynthesis. In Thijs Aartsma and Joerg Matysik, editors, Biophysical Techniques in Photosynthesis, 2nd Ed. Kluwer Academic Publishers, New York, 2006. In press.

  28. Eric H. Lee, Mu Gao, Nikos Pinotsis, Matthias Wilmanns, and Klaus Schulten. Mechanical strength of the titin Z1Z2/telethonin complex. Structure, 14:497–509, 2006.

  29. Deyu Lu, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Amy Y. Shih, Eduardo Cruz-Chu, Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, and Klaus Schulten. The role of molecular modeling in bionanotechnology. Physical Biology, 3:S40–S53, 2006.

  30. Jerome Math´e, Aleksei Aksimentiev, David R. Nelson, Klaus Schulten, and Amit Meller. Orientation discrimination of single stranded DNA inside the _-hemolysin membrane channel. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 102:12377–12382, 2005.

  31. James C. Phillips, Rosemary Braun, Wei Wang, James Gumbart, Emad Tajkhorshid, Elizabeth Villa, Christophe Chipot, Robert D. Skeel, Laxmikant Kale, and Klaus Schulten. Scalable molecular dynamics with NAMD. Journal of Computational Chemistry, 26:1781–1802, 2005.

  32. Grischa Raphael Meyer, Justin Gullingsrud, Klaus Schulten, and Boris Martinac. Molecular dynamics study of bilayer deformation forces on MscL structure. Biophysical Journal, 2006. In press.

  33. Yi Wang, Klaus Schulten, and Emad Tajkhorshid. What makes an aquaporin a glycerol channel: A comparative study of AqpZ and GlpF. Structure, 13:1107–1118, 2005.

  34. Amy Y. Shih, Anton Arkhipov, Peter L. Freddolino, and Klaus Schulten. A coarse grained protein-lipid model with application to lipoprotein particles. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 110:3674–3684, 2006.

  35. Amy Y. Shih, Ilia G. Denisov, James C. Phillips, Stephen G. Sligar, and Klaus Schulten. Molecular dynamics simulations of discoidal bilayers assembled from truncated human lipoproteins. Biophysical Journal, 88:548–556, 2005.

  36. Amy Y. Shih, Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, and Klaus Schulten. Assembly of lipoprotein particles revealed by molecular dynamics simulations. Journal of Structural Biology, 2006. Invited paper.

  37. Marcos Sotomayor, David P. Corey, and Klaus Schulten. In search of the hair-cell gating spring: Elastic properties of ankyrin and cadherin repeats. Structure, 13:669–682, 2005.

  38. Marcos Sotomayor, Trudy A. van der Straaten, Umberto Ravaioli, and Klaus Schulten. Electrostatic properties of the mechanosensitive channel of small conductance MscS. Biophysical Journal, 90:3496– 3510, 2006.

  39. Emad Tajkhorshid, Jordi Cohen, Aleksij Aksimentiev, Marcos Sotomayor, and Klaus Schulten. Towards understanding membrane channels. In Boris Martinac and Andrzej Kubalski, editors, Bacterial ion channels and their eukaryotic homologues, pages 153–190. ASM Press, Washington, DC, 2005.

  40. Emad Tajkhorshid, Fangqiang Zhu, and Klaus Schulten. Kinetic theory and simulation of singlechannel water transport. In S. Yip, editor, Handbook of Materials Modeling, Vol. I: Methods and Models, pages 1797–1822. Springer, Netherlands, 2005.

  41. Elizabeth Villa, Alexander Balaeff, and Klaus Schulten. Structural dynamics of the Lac repressor-DNA complex revealed by a multiscale simulation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 102:6783–6788, 2005.

  42. Yi Wang, Jordi Cohen, Klaus Schulten, and Emad Tajkhorshid. Is AQP1 a gas channel? A molecular dynamics study of gas permeability of AQP1. Journal of Structural Biology, 2006. Submitted. http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Proposals/LRAC2006/WANG2006.pdf

  43. Jin Yu, Andrea J. Yool, Klaus Schulten, and Emad Tajkhorshid. Mechanism of gating and ion conductivity of the tetrameric pore in aquaporin-1. Structure, 2006. In Press.

  44. Jin Yu, Taekjip Ha, and Klaus Schulten. Structure-based model of the stepping motor of PcrA helicase. Biophysical Journal, 2006. In press.

MCB060010

  1. Ji, Y., Marinescu, D.C., Zhang, W., Zhang, X., Yan, X., and Baker T.S. (2005) A model-based parallel origin and orientation refinement algorithm for cryoTEM and its application to the study of virus structures, J. Struct. Biol., in press.

  2. Zhang, X., Ji, X., Zhang, L., Harrison, S.C., Marinescu, D.C., Nibert, M.L. and Baker, T.S. (2005) Features of reovirus outer capsid protein μ1 revealed by electron cryomicroscopy and image reconstruction of the virion at 7.0 Å resolution, Structure 13 1545-1557.

MCA06N060

  1. J. Gumbart, M. C. Wiener, and E. Tajkhorshid. Mechanics of force propagation in TonB-dependent outer membrane transport. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2006. Under review.

  2. Morten Ø. Jensen, Ying Yin, Emad Tajkhorshid, and Klaus Schulten. Sugar transport in lactose permease probed by steered molecular dynamics. 2006. Submitted.

  3. Fatemeh Khalili-Araghi, Emad Tajkhorshid, and Klaus Schulten. Dynamics of K+ ion conduction through Kv1.2. Biophysical Journal, 2006. In press.

  4. James C. Phillips, Rosemary Braun, Wei Wang, James Gumbart, Emad Tajkhorshid, Elizabeth Villa, Christophe Chipot, Robert D. Skeel, Laxmikant Kale, and Klaus Schulten. Scalable molecular dynamics with NAMD. Journal of Computational Chemistry, 26:1781–1802, 2005.

  5. S. T¨ornroth-Horsefield, Y. Wang, K. Hedfalk, U. Johanson, M. Karlsson, E. Tajkhorshid, R. Neutze, and P. Kjellbom. Structural mechanism of plant aquaporin gating. Nature, 439:688–694, 2006.

  6. Y. Wang, J. Cohen, and E. Tajkhorshid. Probing gas permeability of membrane channels with molecular dynamics. Journal of Structural Biology, 2006. Invited paper.

  7. Yi Wang, Klaus Schulten, and Emad Tajkhorshid. What makes an aquaporin a glycerol channel: A comparative study of AqpZ and GlpF. Structure, 13:1107–1118, 2005.

  8. Ying Yin, Morten Ø. Jensen, Emad Tajkhorshid, and Klaus Schulten. Sugar binding and protein conformational changes in lactose permease. Biophysical Journal, 2006. Submitted.

  9. Jin Yu, Andrea J. Yool, Klaus Schulten, and Emad Tajkhorshid. Mechanism of gating and ion conductivity of the tetrameric pore in aquaporin-1. Structure, 2006. In Press.

MCB060062

  1. Case, D. A.; Darden, T. A.; Cheatham, I., T.E.; Simmerling, C. L.; Wang, J.; Duke, R. E.; Luo, R.; Merz, K. M.; Pearlman, D. A.; Crowley, M.; Walker, R. C.; Zhang, W.; Wang, B.; Hayik, S.; Roitberg, A.; Seabra, G.; Wong, K. F.; Paesani, F.; Wu, X.; Brozell, S.; Tsui, V.; Gohlke, H.; Yang, L.; Tan, C.; Mongan, J.; Hornak, V.; Cui, G.; Beroza, P.; Mathews, D. H.; Schafmeister, C.; Ross, W. S.; Kollman, P. A. AMBER; 9.0 ed.; University of California: San Francisco, 2006.

MCB050064

  1. Mazumder-Shivakumar, D.; Bruice, T. C., Computational study of IAG-nucleoside hydrolase: Determination of the preferred ground state conformation and the role of active site residues. Biochemistry 2005, 44, (21), 7805-7817

  2. Zhang, X. H.; Bruice, T. C., The proficiency of a thermophilic chorismate mutase enzyme is solely through an entropic advantage in the enzyme reaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2005, 102, (51), 18356-18360.

  3. Zhang, X. D.; Zhang, X. H.; Bruice, T. C., A definitive mechanism for chorismate mutase. Biochemistry 2005, 44, (31), 10443-10448

  4. Zhang, X. D.; Zhang, X. H.; Bruice, T. C., A definitive mechanism for chorismate mutase. Biochemistry 2005, 44, (31), 10443-10448.

  5. Zhang, X. H.; Bruice, T. C., The proficiency of a thermophilic chorismate mutase enzyme is solely through an entropic advantage in the enzyme reaction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2005, 102, (51), 18356-18360

MCA05S005

  1. Matthews, J. F.; Skopec, C. E.; Mason, P. E.; Zuccato, P.; Torget, R. W.; Sugiyama, J.; Himmel, M. E.; Brady, J. W. Carbohydrate Research 2006, 341, 138.

MCA93S020

  1. Blumberger, J.; Ensing, B.; Klein, M. L., Formamide hydrolysis in alkaline aqueous solution: Insight from ab initio metadynamics calculations. Angewandte Chemie-International Edition 2006, 45, (18), 2893-2897. 8. De Vivo, M.; Ensing, B.; Klein, M. L., Computational study of phosphatase activity in soluble epoxide hydrolase: Highefficiency through a water bridge mediated proton shuttle. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2005, 127, (32), 11226-11227.

  2. Choi, S.; Clements, D. J.; Pophristic, V.; Ivanov, I.; Vemparala, S.; Bennett, J. S.; Klein, M. L.; Winkler, J. D.; DeGrado, W. F., The design and evaluation of heparin-binding foldamers. Angewandte Chemie 2005, 44, (41), 6685-6689.

  3. Dal Peraro, M.; Klein, M., Binding and reactivity among metallo beta-lactamase superfamily. preprint 2006.

  4. Dal Peraro M, Spiegel K., Lamoureux G, De Vivo M, DeGrado WF, Klein ML, Modeling the charge distribution at metal sites in proteins for molecular dynamics simulations. submitted to JSB 2006.

  5. Dal Peraro M, Vila. AJ, Carloni P, Klein, ML, Role of zinc content on the catalytic efficiency of B1 metallo β- lactamases. submitted 2006.

  6. De Vivo, M.; Ensing, B.; Dal Peraro, M.; Gomez, G. A.; Christianson, D. W.; Klein, M. L., Proton Shuttles in Enzymatic Catalysis: Phosphatase Activity in Soluble Epoxide Hydrolase. Submitted.

  7. Ensing, B.; De Vivo, M.; Liu, Z. W.; Moore, P.; Klein, M. L., Metadynamics as a tool for exploring free energy landscapes of chemical reactions. Accounts of Chemical Research 2006, 39, (2), 73-81.

  8. Ensing, B.; Klein, M. L., Perspective on the reactions between F- and CH3CH2F: The free energy landscape of the E2 and SN2 reaction channels. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 2005, 102, (19), 6755-6759.

  9. Ivanov, I.; Vemparala, S.; Pophristic, V.; Kuroda, K.; DeGrado, W. F.; McCammon, J. A.; Klein, M. L., Characterizationof nonbiological antimicrobial polymers in aqueous solution and at water-lipid interfaces from all-atom molecular dynamics. Journal of the American Chemical Society 2006, 128, (6), 1778-1779.

  10. Liu, W.; Calhoun, J.; Spiegel, K.; Dal Peraro, M.; Klein, M.; Wand, A.; DeGrado, W., Solution NMR structure and molecular dynamics modeling of a designed diiron protein. submitted 2006.

  11. Pophristic, V.; Vemparala, S.; Ivanov, I.; Liu, Z. W.; Klein, M. L.; DeGrado, W. F., Controlling the shape and flexibility of arylamides: A combined abinitio, ab initio molecular dynamics, and classical molecular dynamics study. Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2006, 110, (8), 3517-3526.

  12. Spiegel, K.; De Grado, W.; Klein, M., Structural and Dynamical Properties of Manganese Catalase and the Synthetic Protein DF1 and Their Implication for Reactivity From Classical Molecular Dynamics Calculations. Proteins 2006, in press.

  13. Spiegel, K.; Kohlmeyer, A.; Blumberger, J.; Dal Peraro, M.; Klein, M., Charge distribution and bonding of biologically relevant metal ions in aqueous solution and proteins. in preparation 2006.

  14. Spiegel, K.; Schmiedekamp, A.; Meggers, E.; Klein, M., Artificial DNA metallo-base pairs: rationale for metal selectivity in Ni(II)-binding purine-like base pair. in preparation 2006.

  15. Vemparala, S.; Ivanov, I.; Pophristic, V.; Spiegel, K.; Klein, M. L., Ab initio calculations of intramolecular parameters for a class of arylamide polymers. Journal of Computational Chemistry 2006, 27, (6), 693-700.

  16. Vemparala, S.; Saiz, L.; Eckenhoff, R.; Klein, M. L., Partitioning of Anesthetics into a Lipid Bilayer and their Interaction with Membrane-bound Peptide Bundles. Biophysical Journal 2006, (in press).

MCB060010

  1. Ji, Y., Marinescu, D.C., Zhang, W., Zhang, X., Yan, X., and Baker T.S. (2005) A model-based parallel origin and orientation refinement algorithm for cryoTEM and its application to the study of virus structures, J. Struct. Biol., in press.

  2. Zhang, X., Ji, X., Zhang, L., Harrison, S.C., Marinescu, D.C., Nibert, M.L. and Baker, T.S. (2005) Features of reovirus outer capsid protein μ1 revealed by electron cryomicroscopy and image reconstruction of the virion at 7.0 Å resolution, Structure 13 1545-1557.

MCB040046

  1. T. Mamonova, B. Hespenheide, R. Straub, M. Thorpe and M. Kurnikova “Protein Flexibility using Constraints from Molecular Dynamics Simulations” Biological Physics (2005) in press

  2. T. Mamonova, B. Hespenheide, R. Straub, M. Thorpe and M. Kurnikova “Protein Flexibility using Constraints from Molecular Dynamics Simulations” Biological Physics (2005) in press

  3. Speranskiy K and Kurnikova M 2005 Biochemistry at press

  4. K. Speranskiy and M. Kurnikova “Investigation of the Glutamate ligand binding to the glutamate receptor by theoretical methodologies” Biochemistry 44(34) 11508-11517 (2005)

MCB060006

  1. Radhakrishnan, R. and T. Schlick, Fidelity discrimination in DNA polymerase beta: differing closing profiles for a mismatched (G:A) versus matched (G:C) base pair. . J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005. 127: p. 13245-13253.

  2. Lo, C., R. Radhakrishnan, and B.L. Trout, Application of transition path sampling in catalysis: A new mechanism for C-C bond formation in methanol coupling reaction in Chabazite. Catalysis Today, 2005. 105: p. 93.

MCB050043

  1. Jagielska, A., Skolnick, J., J. Chem. Comp. 2006 (accepted).

MCA05S023

  1. Walker, R.C., Raman, S., Baker, D., “High resolution, high throughput protein structure prediction using IBM Blue Gene supercomputers: Predicting CASP targets in record time,” SC06 poster, 2006.

MCA03S027

  1. P. O’Donoghue and Z. Luthey-Schulten. Evolutionary profiles derived from the qr factorization of multiple strucutral alignments gives an economy of information. J. Mol. Biol., 346:875–894, 2005.

  2. P. O’Donoghue, A. Sethi, C. R. Woese, and Z. A. Luthey-Schulten. The evolutionary history of cys-trna(cys) formation. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102:19003–19008, 2005.

  3. J. C. Phillips, R. Braun, W. Wang, J. Gumbart, E. Tajkhorshid, E. Villa, C. Chipot, R. D. Skeel, L. Kale, and K. Schulten. Scalable molecular dynamics with namd. J. Comp. Chem., 26(16):1781–1802, 2005.

    1. Sethi, P. O’Donoghue, and Z. Luthey-Schulten. Evolutionary profiles from the qr factorization of multiple sequence alignments. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 102:4045–4050, 2005.

Biophysics


MCB040005

  1. Cheng, H. and R.D. Coalson, An Accurate and Efficient Empirical Approach for Calculating the Dielectric Self Energy and Ion-ion Pair Potential in Continuum Models of Biological Ion Channels. J. phys. chem. B, 2005. 109(1): p. 488-498.

  2. Cheng, H., M. Cascio, and R.D. Coalson, Theoretical Studies of the M2 Transmembrane Segment of the Glycine Receptor: Models of the Open Pore Structure and Current-Voltage Characteristics. Biophys. J., 2005. 89: p. 1669-1680.

MCB060066

  1. Elmer, S. P., Park, S. & Pande, V. S. (2005). Foldamer dynamics expressed via Markov state models. II. State space decomposition. J Chem Phys 123, 114903.

  2. Elmer, S. P., Park, S. & Pande, V. S. (2005). Foldamer dynamics expressed via Markov state models. I. Explicit solvent molecular-dynamics simulations in acetonitrile, chloroform, methanol, and water. J Chem Phys 123, 114902.

  3. Elmer, S. P. & Pande, V. S. (2005). Length dependent folding kinetics of phenylacetylene oligomers: structural characterization of a kinetic trap. J Chem Phys 122, 124908.

  4. Snow, C. D., Sorin, E. J., Rhee, Y. M. & Pande, V. S. (2005). How well can simulation predict protein folding kinetics and thermodynamics? Annu Rev Biophys Biomol Struct 34, 43-69.

  5. Snow, C. D., Nguyen, H., Pande, V. S. & Gruebele, M. (2002). Absolute comparison of simulated and experimental protein-folding dynamics. Nature 420, 102-6.

MCB060053

  1. Showalter SA, Baker NA, Tang C, Hall KB. Iron responsive element RNA flexibility described by NMR and isotropic reorientational eigenmode dynamics. J Biomol NMR 32, 179-193, 2005. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10858-005-7948-2)

  2. Song Y, Guallar V, Baker NA. Molecular dynamics simulations of salicylate effects on the micro- and mesoscopic properties of a dipalmitoylphosphatidyl-choline bilayer. Biochemistry 44, 13425-13438, 2005. (http://dx.doi.org/10.1021/bi0506829)

  3. Zhang D, Suen J, Zhang Y, Song Y, Radic Z, Taylor P, Holst MJ, Bajaj C, Baker NA, McCammon JA. Tetrameric mouse acetylcholinesterase: continuum diffusion rate calculations by solving the steady-state smoluchowski equation using finite element methods. Biophys J 88, 1659-1665, 2005. (http://www.biophysj.org/cgi/content/abstract/88/3/1659)

MCB030030

  1. S. Jadhav, C.D. Eggleton, and K. Konstantopoulos, “A 3D Computational Model Predicts that Cell Deformation Affects Receptor-Ligand Bond Lifetime and the Number of Bonds During Rolling Under Shear”, in Biophysical Journal vol. 88, 96-104, (2005).

MCA04N033

  1. Kaznessis Y: Multi-scale Models for Gene Network Engineering. Chem Eng Sci 2006, 61:940-953.

  2. Khandelia, H. and Y.N. Kaznessis, Molecular dynamics simulations of helical antimicrobial peptides in SDS micelles: what do point mutations achieve? Peptides, 2005. 26(11): p. 2037-49

  3. Khandelia, Y.N. Kaznessis. Molecular dynamics simulations of the helical antimicrobial peptide Ovispirin-1 in a zwitterionic dodecylphosphocholine micelle: insights into host-cell toxicity. J. Phys. Chem. B, 109(26), 12990 (2005).

  4. Khandelia, Y. Kaznessis, Molecular dynamics simulations of helical antimicrobial peptides: what do point mutations achieve? Peptides 26 (2005) 2037–2049.

  5. Khandelia, Y. Kaznessis, Molecular Dynamics Investigation of the Influence of Anionic and Zwitterionic Interfaces on Antimicrobial Peptides' Structure: Implications on Peptide Toxicity and Activity,Peptides (in press).

  6. H. Khandelia, Y.N. Kaznessis. Molecular dynamics simulations of helical antimicrobial peptides in SDS micelles: what do point mutations achieve? Peptides, (2006) in press.

  7. Khandelia, H. and Y. Kaznessis, The Role of Tryptophan Residues in Conferring Toxicity to Indolicidin: Molecular Dynamics Simulations. Biochemistry, 2006. submitted

  8. H. Khandelia, A.A. Langham, Y.N. Kaznessis. Driving Engineering of Novel Antimicrobial Peptides from Simulations of Peptide-Micelle Interactions. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. Biomembranes, (2006) in press..

  9. Langham, A. and Y. Kaznessis, Effects of mutations on the C-terminus of Protegrin-1: A molecular dynamics simulation study. Molecular Simulation, 2006. in press

  10. Langham, A. and Y. Kaznessis, Simulation of the N-terminus of HIV-1 glycoprotein 41000 fusion peptide in micelles. J Pept Sci, 2005. 11(4): p. 215-24

  11. Langham, H. Khandelia, Y. Kaznessis, How Can a β-sheet Peptide be Both a Potent Antimicrobial and Harmfully Toxic? Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Protegrin-1 in Micelles, Submitted to J. Pept. Sci. (2005).

  12. Langham, A.A., H. Khandelia, and Y.N. Kaznessis, How can a beta-sheet peptide be both a potent antimicrobial and harmfully toxic? Molecular dynamics simulations of protegrin-1 in micelles. Biopolymers, 2006. 84(2): p. 219-31

  13. Ostberg, N. and Y. Kaznessis, Protegrin structure-activity relationships: using homology models of synthetic sequences to determine structural characteristics important for activity. Peptides, 2005. 26(2): p. 297-306

  14. Salis H, Kaznessis Y: Accurate hybrid stochastic simulation of a system of coupled chemical or biochemical reactions. J Chem Phys 2005, 122:054103.

  15. Salis, H. and Y. Kaznessis, An equation-free probabilistic steady state approximation: Dynamic application to the stochastic simulation of biochemical reaction networks. Journal of Chemical Physics, 2005. 123(21): p. 214106/1-214106/16.

  16. Salis H, Kaznessis Y: Numerical simulation of stochastic gene circuits. Comput Chem Eng 2005, 29:577-588.

  17. Salis, H. and Y. Kaznessis, Computer aided design of modular protein devices: Logical AND gene activation. submitted 2006

  18. Tomshine, J., H. Salis, and Y.N. Kaznessis, Optimization of a stochastically-integrated gene network model via simulated annealing. Biophysical Journal, 2006. submitted

  19. Tuttle L, Salis H, Tomshine J, Kaznessis YN: Model-Driven Design of an Oscillating Gene Network. Biophys J 2005, 89:3873-3883.

MCB050047

  1. Cheung, M. S., Klimov, D. & Thirumalai, D. (2005). Molecular crowding enhances native state stability nd refolding rates. Proc. Natl Acad. Sci. USA, 102, 753–4758.

  2. Cheung, M. S., Klimov, D. & Thirumalai, D. (2005) Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 102, 4753-4758.

  3. Cheung, M. S. & Thirumalai, D. (2006) J Mol Biol 357, 632-43.

MCA05S028

  1. Aksimentiev and V. Abramkina. Exploring membrane transport with field-driven steered molecular dynamics. Public Library of Science Biology, 2006. Submitted.

  2. Aksimentiev and K. Schulten. Imaging alpha-hemolysin with molecular dynamics: Ionic conductance, osmotic permeability and the electrostatic potential map. Biophysical Journal, 88:3745–3761, 2005.

  3. R. Cruz-Chu, A. Aksimentiev, and K. Schulten. Water-silica force field for simulating nanodevices. Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2006. Submitted.

  4. M. E. Gracheva, A. Aksimentiev, and J.-P. Leburton. Electrical signatures of single-stranded dna with single base mutations in a nanopore capacitor. Nanotechnology, 2006. In press.

  5. M. E. Gracheva, A. Xiong, J.-P. Leburton, A. Aksimentiev, K. Schulten, and G. Timp. Simulation of the electric response of DNA translocation through a semiconductor nanopore-capacitor. Nanotechnology, 17:622–633, 2006.

  6. B. Heng, A. Aksimentiev, C. Ho, V. Dimitrov, T. Sorsch, J. Miner, W. Mansfield, K. Schulten, and G. Timp. Beyond the gene chip. Bell Labs Technical Journal, 10:5–22, 2005.

  7. B. Heng, A. Aksimentiev, C. Ho, P. Marks, Y. V. Grinkova, S. Sligar, K. Schulten, and G. Timp. Stretching DNA using an electric field in a synthetic nanopore. Nano Letters, 5:1883–1888, 2005.

  8. J. B. Heng, A. Aksimentiev, C. Ho, P. Marks, Y. V. Grinkova, S. Sligar, K. Schulten, and G. Timp. The electromechanics of DNA in a synthetic nanopore. Biophysical Journal, 90:1098–1106, 2006.

  9. D. Lu, A. Aksimentiev, A. Y. Shih, E. Cruz-Chu, P. L. Freddolino, A. Arkhipov, and K. Schulten. The role of molecular modeling in bionanotechnology. Physical Biology, 3:S40–S53, 2006.

  10. J. Math´e, A. Aksimentiev, D. R. Nelson, K. Schulten, and A. Meller. Orientation discrimination of single stranded DNA inside the _-hemolysin membrane channel. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 102:12377–12382, 2005.

MCA93S013

  1. Dominico Vigil, Jung-Hsin Lin, Christoph A. Sotriffer, Juniper K. Pennypacker, J. Andrew McCammon, and Susan S. Taylor. A simple electrostatic switch important in the activation of type I protein kinase A By cyclic AMP. Submitted.

MCA05S010

  1. Ortiz, W., Krueger B. P., Kleiman V. D., Krause, J. L. And Roitberg A. E. J. Phys. Chem. B, 109:11512 -11519 (2005)

MCA02N028

  1. Case, D. A.; Cheatham, T. E.; Darden, T.; Gohlke, H.; Luo, R.; Merz, K. M.; Onufriev, A.; Simmerling, C.; Wang, B.; Woods, R. J., Journal of Computational Chemistry 2005, 26, (16), 1668- 1688.

  2. Cheng, X. L.; Cui, G. L.; Hornak, V.; Simmerling, C., Journal of Physical Chemistry B 2005, 109, (16), 8220-8230.

MCB060098

  1. Hummel, P., Vaidehi, N., Floriano, W.B., Hall, S.E., and Goddard III, W.A. Test of the binding threshold hypothesis for olfactory receptors: explanation of the differential binding of ketones to the mouse and human orthologs of olfactory receptor 912-93, prot. Sci., 14,703-710, 2005.

  2. Maiti, P.K., Pascal, T.A, Vaidehi, N., Heo, J and Goddard W.A. Atomic-level simulations of seeman DNA nanostructures: the paranemic crossover in salt solution. BioPhys. J. 90, 1463-1479, 2006.

  3. Spijker, P., Vaidehi, N., Freddolino PL, Hilbers, P.A. and Goddard W.A. Dynamic Behavior Of Fully Solvated Beta2-Adrenergic Receptor, Embedded In The Membrane With Bound Agonist or Antagonist, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA , 103, 4882- 4887, 2006.

MCB040005

  1. Cheng, H. and R.D. Coalson, An Accurate and Efficient Empirical Approach for Calculating the Dielectric Self Energy and Ion-ion Pair Potential in Continuum Models of Biological Ion Channels. J. phys. chem. B, 2005. 109(1): p. 488-498.

  2. Cheng, H., M. Cascio, and R.D. Coalson, Theoretical Studies of the M2 Transmembrane Segment of the Glycine Receptor: Models of the Open Pore Structure and Current-Voltage Characteristics. Biophys. J., 2005. 89: p. 1669-1680.

  3. Mamonov, A.B., M.G. Kurnikova, and R.D. Coalson, Manuscript in preparation. 2005.

MCB990010

  1. Ergenekan, C. E., Tan, M.-L., and Ichiye, T., Effects of environment on the structure of Pyrococcus furiosus rubredoxin: A molecular dynamics study. Proteins: Struc. Func. Bioinf., 2005. in press.

  2. Ergenekan, C. E., M.-L. Tan and T. Ichiye (2005). Effects of environment on the structure of Pyrococcus furiosus rubredoxin: A molecular dynamics study. Proteins: Struc. Func. Bioinf. in press.

  3. Fu, Y.-J., S. Niu, T. Ichiye and L.-S. Wang (2005a). The electronic structure and intrinsic redox properties of the [2Fe-2S]+ clusters with tri- and tetra-coordinate iron sites. Inorg. Chem. 44: 1202-1204

  4. Fu, Y.-J., S. Niu, X. Yang, X.-B. Wang, T. Ichiye and L.-S. Wang (2005b). Electrostatic effects of protein backbone on the intrinsic redox potential of the [4Fe-4S] cluster. J. Am. Chem. Soc. submitted.

  5. Fu, Y.-J., Niu, S., Ichiye, T., and Wang, L.-S., The electronic structure and intrinsic redox properties of the [2Fe-2S]+ clusters with tri- and tetra-coordinate iron sites. Inorg. Chem., 2005. 44: 1202.

  6. Fu, Y.-J., Niu, S., Yang, X., Wang, X.-B., Ichiye, T., and Wang, L.-S., Electrostatic effects of protein backbone on the intrinsic redox potential of the [4Fe-4S] cluster. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005. submitted.

  7. Ichiye, T. and Tan, M.-L., Soft sticky dipole quadrupole octopole potential model of liquid model: An approximate moment expansion model. J. Chem. Phys., 2005. accepted.

  8. Ichiye, T. and M.-L. Tan (2005). Soft sticky dipole quadrupole octopole potential model of liquid model: An approximate moment expansion model. J. Chem. Phys. accepted.

  9. Tan, M.-L., C. Kang, and Ichiye, T., The role of backbone stability near Ala44 in the high reduction potential class of rubredoxins. Proteins: Struc. Func. Bioinf., 2005. in press.

  10. Tan, M.-L., Lucan, L., and Ichiye, T., Study of multipole contributions to the structure of water around ions in solution using the SSDQO model of water. J. Chem. Phys., 2005. submitted.

  11. Tan, M.-L. and Ichiye, T., Diffusion of soft sticky dipole water at supercooled temperatures. Chem. Phys. Lett., 2005. submitted.

  12. Tan, M.-L., Bizzarri, A. R., Xiao, Y., Cannistraro, S., Ichiye, T., Manzoni, C., Cerullo, G., Adams, M. W. W., Jenney, J., Francis E., and Cramer, S. P., Observation of terahertz vibrations in Pyrococcus furiosus rubredoxin via impulsive coherent vibrational spectroscopy and interpretation by molecular mechanics. Biochemistry, 2005. submitted.

  13. Tan, M.-L., A. R. Bizzarri, Y. Xiao, S. Cannistraro, T. Ichiye, C. Manzoni, G. Cerullo, M. W. W. Adams, J. Jenney, Francis E. and S. P. Cramer (2005a). Observation of terahertz vibrations in Pyrococcus furiosus rubredoxin via impulsive coherent vibrational spectroscopy and interpretation by molecular mechanics. Biochemistry submitted.

  14. Tan, M.-L. and T. Ichiye (2005). Diffusion of soft sticky dipole water at supercooled temperatures. Chem. Phys. Lett. submitted.

  15. Tan, M.-L., C. Kang and T. Ichiye (2005b). The role of backbone stability near Ala44 in the high reduction potential class of rubredoxins. Proteins: Struc. Func. Bioinf. in press.

  16. Tan, M.-L., L. Lucan and T. Ichiye (2005c). Study of multipole contributions to the structure of water around ions in solution using the SSDQO model of water. J. Chem. Phys. submitted.

MCB060013

  1. Kabilan, S., C.-L. Lin, and E. A. Hoffman, ``Characteristics of Airflow in a CT-based Ovine Lung: A Numerical Study", in review, 2005.

  2. Lin, C.-L. and E.A. Hoffman, “Numerical study of gas transport in the CT-Based Lung Models'', Annual Meeting of the Biomedical Engineering Society, Baltimore, MD, September 28 –October 1, 2005.

  3. Lin, C.-L. and E.A. Hoffman, “A numerical study of gas transport in human lung models'', SPIE International Symposium on Medical Imaging: Physiology, Function, and Structure from Medical Images, San Diego, CA, February12-17, 2005.

  4. Lin, C.-L., S. Kabilan, and E.A. Hoffman, “Numerical Simulation of Xenon and Helium Washin and Washout in the Human Lung Models”, The 2005 American Thoracic Society Conference, San Diego, 20-25 May, 2005.

  5. Lin, C.-L., H. Lee, T. Lee, and L. Weber, “A Level Set Characteristic Galerkin Finite Element Method for Free Surface Flows'', Int J Numer Methods in Fluids, Vol 49, Issue 5, pp. 521-547, 2005.

  6. Stern, G.L., C.-L. Lin, D. Chon, J.L. Hird, B.A. Simon, and E.A. Hoffman, “Effect of Gas Density on Regional Ventilation Assessment Via MDCT”, The 2005 American Thoracic Society Conference, San Diego, 20-25 May, 2005.

MCB060012

  1. Colina, C. M., Duke, R. E., Perera, L., Darden, T. A. and L. G. Pedersen, “Explicit solvent periodic molecular simulations: what can be done today?”, in preparation, Journal of Computational Chemistry, 2005.

  2. Colina, C. M., Venkateswarlu, D., Duke, R. E., Perera, L., Darden, T. A. and L. G. Pedersen, “Dynamics of Tissue Factor-Factor FVIIa in solution”, J. Thormb. Haemost. in preparation, 2005.

  3. Perera, L. and L. G. Pedersen, “A reconsideration of the evidence for structural reorganization in FVII zymogen” J. Thromb. Haemost., 2005 3 (7): 1543-1545.

MCB050001

  1. Woo, H. J. & Moss, C. L. Analytical theory of the stochastic dynamics of the power stroke in nonprocessive motor proteins. Phys. Rev. E , in press (2005).

MCB040002

  1. Saladino, A. C., Y. Xu, and P. Tang. 2005. Homology modeling and molecular dynamics simulations of transmembrane domain structure of human neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptor. Biophys J. 88:1009-1017.

MCA06N028

  1. Lei, H., C. Wu, Z. Wang, and Y. Duan, Molecular dynamics simulations and free energy analyses on the dimer formation of an amyloidgenic heptamer peptide from human ß2-microglobulin: implication to the protofibril structure. J. Mol. Biol., 2006. in press.

  2. Lei, H., C. Wu, and Y. Duan, Initiation of GNNQQNY protofibril: a multi-step simulation approach. to be submitted, 2006.

  3. Wu, C., H. Lei, and Y. Duan, Elongation of Ordered Peptide Aggregate of an Amyloidogenic Hexapeptide (NFGAIL) Observed in Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Explicit Solvent. J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2005. 127(39): p. 13530-13537.

  4. Wu, C., H. Lei, Z. Wang, W. Zhang, and Y. Duan, Phenol red interacts with protofibrils of an amyloidogenic hexapeptide (NFGAIL) mainly through hydrophobic and aromatic contacts and acts as a detergent. submitted, 2006.

  5. Wu, C., H. Lei, and Y. Duan, Congo red and GNNQQNY protofibril interact in a highly specific manner. to be submitted, 2006.

  6. Wu, C., H. Lei, Z. Wang, W. Zhang, and Y. Duan, Phenol red interacts with protofibrils of an amyloidogenic hexapeptide (NFGAIL) mainly through hydrophobic and aromatic contacts and acts as a detergent. submitted, 2005.

MCA99S007

  1. Khalili,M.; Liwo,A.; Rakowski,F.; Grochowski,P.; Scheraga H.A. (2005a) J. Phys. Chem. B 109 13785-13797

  2. Khalili,M.; Liwo, A.; Jagielska,A.; Scheraga H.A. (2005b) J. Phys. Chem. B 109 13798-13810

  3. Liwo A.; Khalili,M.; Scheraga. H.A. (2005) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 102 2362-2367

  4. Scheraga,H.A (2005) Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. (2005) 102 7547-7552

MCA99S021

  1. Arora, T. Schlick, J. Phys. Chem. B 109, 5358 (2005).

  2. K. Arora, W.A. Beard, S.H. Wilson, T. Schlick, Biochemistry 44, 13328 (2005).

  3. R. Radhakrishnan, T. Schlick, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 127, 13245 (2005).

  4. Y. Wang, K. Arora, T. Schlick, Protein Sci. 15, Advanced Online Publication 10.1110/ps.051726906 (2006)

  5. A. S. Benitez, K. Arora, T. Schlick, Biophys. J 90, 42 (2006).

MCA03S035

  1. S. Formaneck, L. Ma, Q. Cui, Reconciling the ”old” and ”new” views of protein allostery. a molecular simulation study of chemotaxis Y protein (CheY), Proteins 63 (2005) 846–867.

  2. P. Koenig, N. Ghosh, M. Hoffman, M. Elstner, E. Tajkhorshid, T. Frauenheim, Q. Cui, Towards theoretical analysis of long-range proton transfer kinetics in biomolecular pumps, J. Phys. Chem. A (Truhlar Issue) 110 (2006) 548–563.

  3. Riccardi, P. Schaefer, Y. Yang, H. Yu, N. Ghosh, X. Prat-Resina, P. Konig, G. Li, D. Xu, H. Guo, M. Elstner, Q. Cui, Development of effective quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical (QM/MM) methods for complex biological processes (Feature Article), J. Phys. Chem. B 110 (2006) 6458–6469.

  4. Riccardi, P. Schaefer, Q. Cui, pKa calculations in solution and proteins with QM/MM free energy perturbation simulations, J. Phys. Chem. B 109 (2005) 17715–17733.

  5. P. Schaefer, D. Riccardi, Q. Cui, Reliable treatment of electrostatics in combined QM/MM simulation of macromolecules, J. Chem. Phys. 123 (2005) 014905.

  6. W. van Wynsberghe, Q. Cui, Comparisons of mode analyses at different resolutions applied to nucleic acid systems, Biophys. J. 89 (2005) 2939–2949.

MCA05S027

  1. "Structure of the 21-30 fragment of amyloid β-protein" A. Baumketner, S. L. Bernstein, T. Wyttenbach, N. D. Lazo, D. B. Teplow, M. T. Bowers, J.-E. Shea Protein Sci. 2006, 15, 1239-1247.

  2. "Folding landscapes of the Alzheimer amyloid-β(12-28) peptide" A. Baumketner, J.-E. Shea J. Mol. Biol. 2006, in press.

  3. "The influence of different treatments of electrostatic interactions on the thermodynamics of folding of peptides" A. Baumketner, J.-E. Shea J. Phys. Chem. B 2005, 109, 21322-21328.

  4. "Interdisciplinary investigations of amyloid β-protein folding and assembly" D. B. Teplow, N. D. Lazo, G. Bitan, S. L. Bernstein, T. Wyttenbach, M. T. Bowers, A. Baumketner, J.-E. Shea, B. Urbanc, L. Cruz, J. Borreguero, H. E. Stanley Acc. Chem. Res. 2006, in press.

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MCB060063

  1. Colbourne, J.K., Singan, V.R., Gilbert, D.G. 2005. wFleaBase: the Daphnia genome database, BMC Bioinformatics, 6:45 doi:10.1186/1471-2105-6-45 URL: http://www.wfleabase.org
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