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Tarus B, Tran T-T, Nasica-Labouze J, Sterpone F, Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2015.  Structures of the Alzheimer’s Wild-Type A beta 1-40 Dimer from Atomistic Simulations. J. Phys. Chem. B. 119:10478–10487.
Tashjian TF, Danilowicz C, Molza A-E, Nguyen BH, Prévost C, Prentiss M, Godoy VG.  2019.  Residues in the fingers domain of the translesion DNA polymerase DinB enable its unique participation in error-prone double-strand break repair. J Biol Chem. 294:7588-7600.
Tek A., Laurent B., Piuzzi M., Lu Z., Baaden M, Delalande O., Chavent M, Férey N., Martin C., Piccinali L. et al..  2012.  Advances in Human-Protein Interaction - Interactive And Immersive Molecular Simulations.
Tek A, Laurent B, Férey N, Baaden M.  2010.  Interacting with Molecular Simulations using a Multimodal VR Framework. EuroVR-EVE. :1–4.
Tek A., Baaden M, Férey N., Bourdot P..  2013.  MANHaptic: A Haptic Adaptive Method for Precise Manipulation, Assembly \and Navigation. International Journal on Human Machine Interaction. 1:60–67.
Thevenet P, Shen Y, Maupetit J, Guyon F, Derreumaux P, Tuffery P.  2012.  PEP-FOLD: an updated de novo structure prediction server for both linear and disulfide bonded cyclic peptides. Nucleic Acids Res.. 40:W288-W293.
Thevenet P., Shen Y., Maupetit J., Guyon F., Padilla A., Derreumaux P., Tuffery P.  2012.  Delivering the native structures of peptides from computer simulations and predicted NMR proton chemical shifts. J. Pept. Sci.. 18:S38.
Timr S., Madern D., Sterpone F..  2020.  Protein thermal stability. Computational Approaches for Understanding Dynamical Systems: Protein Folding and Assembly.
Timsit Y, Allemand F., Chiaruttini C., Springer M..  2006.  Coexistence of two protein folding states in the crystal structure of ribosomal protein L20. Embo Rep.. 7:1013–1018.
Timsit Y, Moras D..  1992.  Crystallization of DNA. Meth. Enzymol.. 211:409–429.
Timsit Y, Duplantier B., Jannink G., Sikorav J.L..  1998.  Symmetry and chirality in topoisomerase II-DNA crossover recognition. J. Mol. Biol.. 284:1289–1299.
Timsit Y, Moras D..  1996.  Cruciform structures and functions. Q. Rev. Biophys.. 29:279–307.
Timsit Y, Moras D..  1995.  Self-fitting and self-modifying properties of the B-DNA molecule. J. Mol. Biol.. 251:629–647.
Timsit Y, Vilbois E., Moras D..  1991.  Base-pairing shift in the major groove of (CA)n tracts by B-DNA crystal structures. Nature. 354:167–170.
Timsit Y.  2001.  Convergent evolution of MutS and topoisomerase II for clamping DNA crossovers and stacked Holliday junctions. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn.. 19:215–218.
Timsit Y.  1999.  DNA structure and polymerase fidelity. J. Mol. Biol.. 293:835–853.
Timsit Y, Moras D..  1994.  DNA self-fitting: the double helix directs the geometry of its supramolecular assembly. Embo J.. 13:2737–2746.
Timsit Y, Moras D..  1991.  Groove-backbone interaction in B-DNA. Implication for DNA condensation and recombination. J. Mol. Biol.. 221:919–940.
Timsit Y, Allemand F, C C, Springer M.  2008.  Order-disorder transitions in ribosome assembly. Ribosomal proteins,.
Timsit Y, Westhof E., Fuchs R.P., Moras D..  1989.  Unusual helical packing in crystals of DNA bearing a mutation hot spot. Nature. 341:459–462.
Timsit Y, Shatzky-Schwartz M., Shakked Z..  1999.  Left-handed DNA crossovers. Implications for DNA-DNA recognition and structural alterations. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn.. 16:775–785.
Timsit Y, Bombard S..  2007.  The 1.3 A resolution structure of the RNA tridecamer r(GCGUUUGAAACGC): metal ion binding correlates with base unstacking and groove contraction. Rna. 13:2098–2107.
Tran T-T, Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2016.  Lattice model for amyloid peptides: OPEP force field parametrization and applications to the nucleus size of Alzheimer’s peptides. J. Chem. Phys.. 144
Tran T-T, Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2016.  Alzheimer’s Disease: Insights into Amyloid Fibril Formation from Lattice Monte Carlo Simulations. Biophys. J.. 110:219A.
Tran L, Basdevant N, Prévost C, Ha-Duong T.  2016.  Structure of ring-shaped Aβ42 oligomers determined by conformational selection. Sci. Rep.. 6:21429.