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Perales-Calvo J, Giganti D, Stirnemann G, Garcia-Manyes S.  2018.  The force-dependent mechanism of DnaK-mediated mechanical folding. Sci Adv. 4:eaaq0243.
Perez S., Tubiana T., Imberty A., Baaden M.  2015.  Three-dimensional representations of complex carbohydrates and polysaccharides–SweetUnityMol: a video game-based computer graphic software. Glycobiology. 25:483–491.
Petuhov M.G, Mazur AK.  1992.  Modeling of the possible binding modes of substrates in the active site of Taka-Amylase A. Mol. Biol.. 26:292–299.
Petuhov M.G, Dorofeyev V.E, Abagyan R.A, Mazur AK.  1992.  Global optimization of conformation energy of polypeptides by tunnel algorithm. Biophysics. 37:226–230.
Petukhov MG, Mazur AK, Elyakova LA.  1995.  Investigation of the conformational properties of a {$\beta$}-(1-3) branched {$\beta$}-(1-6) heptasacchardie elicitor and its analogues by internal coordinate stochastic dynamics. Carbohydr. Res.. 279:41–57.
Phillips J, Hardy D, Maia J, Stone J, Ribeiro J, Bernardi R, Buch R, Fiorin G, Hénin J, Jiang W et al..  2020.  Scalable molecular dynamics on CPU and GPU architectures with NAMD. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153
Phuong NH, Schmid F.  2003.  Local structure in nematic and isotropic liquid crystals. J. Chem. Phys.. 119:1214–1222.
Phuong NH, Germano G, Schmid F.  2002.  The direct correlation function in nematic liquid crystals from computer simulation. Comput. Phys. Commun.. 147:350–353.
Phuong NH, Germano G, Schmid F.  2001.  Elastic constants from direct correlation functions in nematic liquid crystals: A computer simulation study. J. Chem. Phys.. 115:7227–7234.
Pizzitutti F, Marchi M, Sterpone F, Rossky PJ.  2007.  How protein surfaces induce anomalous dynamics of hydration water. J. Phys. Chem. B. 111:7584–90.
Pons S, Sallette J, Bourgeois JP, Taly A, Changeux J-P, Devillers-Thiéry A.  2004.  Critical role of the C-terminal segment in the maturation and export to the cell surface of the homopentameric $\alpha$7–5HT3A receptor. Eur. J. Neurosci.. 20:2022–2030.
Poulain P, Saladin A, Hartmann B, Prévost C.  2008.  Insights on protein-DNA recognition by coarse grain modelling. J. Comput. Chem.. 29:2582–92.
Prentiss M, Prévost C, Danilowicz C.  2015.  Structure/function relationships in RecA protein-mediated homology recognition and strand exchange. Crit. Rev. Biochem. Mol. Biol.. 50:453–76.
Prévost C, Sacquin-Mora S.  2021.  Moving pictures: Reassessing docking experiments with a dynamic view of protein interfaces.. Proteins.
Prévost C.  2008.  Searching for Homology by Filaments of RecA-like Proteins. Genome Dynamics & Stability. Recombination and Meiosis. Models, Means and Evolution:65–89.
Prévost C, Takahashi M..  2003.  Geometry of the DNA strands within the RecA nucleofilament: role in homologous recombination. Q. Rev. Biophys.. 36:429–53.
Prévost C, Louise-May S, Ravishanker G, Lavery R, Beveridge DL.  1993.  Persistence analysis of the static and dynamical helix deformations of DNA oligonucleotides: application to the crystal structure and molecular dynamics simulation of d(CGCGAATTCGCG)2. Biopolymers. 33:335–50.
Prévost C, Takahashi M., Lavery R.  2009.  Deforming DNA: from physics to biology. Chemphyschem. 10:1399–404.
Prévost C, Boudvillain M, Beudaert P, Leng M, Lavery R, Vovelle F.  1997.  Distortions of the DNA double helix induced by 1,3-trans-diamminedichloroplatinum(II)-intrastrand cross-link: An internal coordinate molecular modeling study. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn.. 14:703–714.
Prevost M., Sauguet L., Nury H., Van Renterghem C., Huon C., Poitevin F., Baaden M, Delarue M., Corringer P.-J..  2012.  A novel Locally Closed Conformation of a Bacterial Pentameric Proton-gated Ion Channel. Nature Structural & Molecular Biology.
Prévost C.  2008.  Recombination and Meiosis : Models, Means and Evolution Coll. Genome Dynamics \& Stability. Genome Dynamics \& Stability. 3:65–84.
Puyo-Fourtine J, Juillé M, Hénin J, Clavaguéra C, Duboué-Dijon E.  2022.  Consistent Picture of Phosphate–Divalent Cation Binding from Models with Implicit and Explicit Electronic Polarization. J. Phys. Chem. B. 126(22):4022-4034.