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Baaden M, Berny F, Madic C, Schurhammer R, Wipff G.  2003.  Theoretical studies on lanthanide cation extraction by picolinamides: Ligand-cation interactions and interfacial behavior. Solvent Extr. Ion Exch.. 21:199–220.
Mazur AK.  2000.  Theoretical studies of the possible origin of intrinsic static bends in double helical DNA. J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 122:12778–12785.
Nguyen PH, Campanera JM, Ngo STung, Loquet A, Derreumaux P.  2019.  Tetrameric Aβ40 and Aβ42 β-Barrel Structures by Extensive Atomistic Simulations. II. In Aqueous Solution.. J Phys Chem B. 123(31):6750-6756.
Nguyen PH, Campanera JM, Ngo STung, Loquet A, Derreumaux P.  2019.  Tetrameric Aβ40 and Aβ42 β-Barrel Structures by Extensive Atomistic Simulations. I. In a Bilayer Mimicking a Neuronal Membrane.. J Phys Chem B. 123(17):3643-3648.
Baaden M, Delalande O, Ferey N, Pasquali S, Waldispühl J, Taly A.  2018.  Ten simple rules to create a serious game, illustrated with examples from structural biology.
Katava M., Marchi M., Madern D., Sztucki M., Maccarini M., Sterpone F..  2020.  Temperature Unmasks Allosteric Propensity in a Thermophilic Malate Dehydrogenase via Dewetting and Collapse. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 124:1001-1008.
Sterpone F, Pierleoni C., Briganti G., Marchi M..  2004.  Temperature dehydration of C12E6 micelle. Langmuir. 20:4311–4314.
Baaden M, Burgard M, Wipff G.  2001.  TBP at the water-oil interface: The effect of TBP concentration and water acidity investigated by molecular dynamics simulations. J. Phys. Chem. B. 105:11131–11141.
Derreumaux P, Man VHoang, Wang J, Nguyen PHoang.  2020.  Tau R3-R4 Domain Dimer of the Wild Type and Phosphorylated Ser356 Sequences. I. In Solution by Atomistic Simulations.. J Phys Chem B.
Chebaro Y, Derreumaux P.  2009.  Targeting the early steps of A beta 16-22 protofibril disassembly by N-methylated inhibitors: A numerical study. Proteins: Struct., Funct., Bioinf.. 75:442–452.
Beedle AEM, Mora M, Lynham S, Stirnemann G, Garcia-Manyes S.  2017.  Tailoring protein nanomechanics with chemical reactivity. Nat Commun. 8:15658.
Jiang R., Taly A, Lemoine D., Martz A., Cunrath O., Grutter T..  2012.  Tightening of the ATP-binding sites induces the opening of P2X receptor channels. Embo J.. 31:2134–2143.
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.
Stadler A.M, Garvey C.J, Bocahut A., Sacquin-Mora S, Digel I., Schneider G.J, Natali F., Artmann G.M, Zaccai G..  2012.  Thermal fluctuations of haemoglobin from different species: adaptation to temperature via conformational dynamics. J. R. Soc. Interface. 9:2845–2855.
Oteri F, Ciaccafava A, Poulpiquet A, Baaden M, Lojou E, Sacquin-Mora S.  2014.  The weak, fluctuating, dipole moment of membrane-bound hydrogenase from Aquifex aeolicus accounts for its adaptability to charged electrodes. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.. 16:11318–11322.
Nawrocki W.J, Tourasse N.J, Taly A, Rappaport F., Wollman F.A.  2015.  The plastid terminal oxidase: its elusive function points to multiple contributions to plastid physiology. Annu. Rev. Plant Biol.. 66:49–74.
Zhang Y., Baaden M, Yan J., Shao J., Qiu S., Wu Y., Ding Y..  2010.  The molecular recognition mechanism for superoxide dismutase presequence binding to the mitochondrial protein import receptor Tom20 from Oryza sativa involves an LRTLA motif. J. Phys. Chem. B. 114:13839–13846.
Taly A, Baciou L., Sebban P..  2002.  The DMPC lipid phase transition influences differently the first and the second electron transfer reactions in bacterial reaction centers. Febs Lett.. 532:91–96.
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.
Cubellis M.V, Baaden M, Andreotti G..  2015.  Taming molecular flexibility to tackle rare diseases. Biochimie. 113:54–58.

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