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Conference Paper
Baaden M, Berny F., Muzet N., Schurhammer R., Wipff G..  2000.  Separation of radioactive cations by liquid-liquid extraction: computer simulations of water / oil solutions of salts and ionophores. Proceedings of the Euradwaste 1999 conference. :390–393.
Derreumaux P.  2008.  Simulating the early steps of amyloid fibril formation and disassembly. Publication Series of the John von Neumann Institute for Computing NIC Series. 40:7–12.
Schmid F, Phuong NH.  2002.  Spatial order in liquid crystals: Computer simulations of systems of ellipsoids. MORPHOLOGY OF CONDENSED MATTER: PHYSICS AND GEOMETRY OF SPATIALLY COMPLEX SYSTEMS. 600:172–186.
Journal Article
Licsandru E., Kocsis I., Shen Y.X, Murail S., Legrand Y.M, van der Lee A., Tsai D., Baaden M, Kumar M., Barboiu M..  2016.  Salt-Excluding Artificial Water Channels Exhibiting Enhanced Dipolar Water and Proton Translocation. J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 138:5403–5409.
Timsit Y, Moras D..  1995.  Self-fitting and self-modifying properties of the B-DNA molecule. J. Mol. Biol.. 251:629–647.
Heddi B., Abi-Ghanem J., Lavigne M., Hartmann B..  2010.  Sequence-dependent DNA flexibility mediates DNase I cleavage. J. Mol. Biol.. 395:123–133.
Laurent B., Murail S., Shahsavar A., Sauguet L., Delarue M., Baaden M.  2016.  Sites of Anesthetic Inhibitory Action on a Cationic Ligand-Gated Ion Channel. Structure. 24a:595–605.
Sauguet L., Poitevin F., Murail S., Van Renterghem C., Moraga-Cid G., Malherbe L., Thompson A.W, Koehl P., Corringer P.J, Baaden M et al..  2013.  Structural basis for ion permeation mechanism in pentameric ligand-gated ion channels. Embo J.. 32:728–741.
Berges R., Balzeau J., Takahashi M., Prévost C, Eyer J..  2012.  Structure-function analysis of the NFL-TBS.40-63 peptide corresponding to the binding site of tubulin on the light neurofilament subunit. Plos One. 7:e49436.
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.
Mousseau N, Derreumaux P, Barkema GT, Malek R.  2001.  Sampling activated mechanisms in proteins with the activation-relaxation technique. Journal of Molecular Graphics \& Modelling. 19:78–86.
Yun M-R, Mousseau N., Derreumaux P..  2007.  Sampling small-scale and large-scale conformational changes in proteins and molecular complexes. J. Chem. Phys.. 126:105101.
Wei GH, Derreumaux P, Mousseau N.  2003.  Sampling the complex energy landscape of a simple beta-hairpin. J. Chem. Phys.. 119:6403–6406.
Wei G.H, Mousseau N., Derreumaux P.  2004.  Sampling the self-assembly pathways of KFFE hexamers. Biophys. J.. 87:3648–3656.
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
Mazur AK, Kuchinski A.V.  1992.  Schematic methods for probabilistic enzyme kinetics. J. Theor. Biol.. 155:387–407.
Martinez X, Baaden M.  2020.  Scruter les molécules en réalité virtuelle, pour quoi faire ? L'Actualité Chimique. (448):23–26.
Berkovich R, Fernandez VI, Stirnemann G, Valle-Orero J, Fernandez JM.  2018.  Segmentation and the Entropic Elasticity of Modular Proteins. J Phys Chem Lett. 9:4707-4713.
Wei G, Song W, Derreumaux P, Mousseau N.  2008.  Self-assembly of amyloid-forming peptides by molecular dynamics simulations. Front. Biosci.. 13:5681–5692.
Song W, Wei G, Mousseau N, Derreumaux P.  2008.  Self-assembly of the beta 2-microglobulin NHVTLSQ peptide using a coarse-grained protein model reveals beta-barrel species. J. Phys. Chem. B. 112:4410–4418.
Trellet M, Ferey N, Flotyński J, Baaden M, Bourdot P.  2018.  Semantics for an Integrative and Immersive Pipeline Combining Visualization and Analysis of Molecular Data.. J Integr Bioinform. 15(2)
Kozin S.A, Bertho G., Mazur AK, Rabesona H., Girault J.P, Haertle T., Takahashi M., Debey P., Hoa G.H.  2001.  Sheep prion protein synthetic peptide spanning helix 1 and beta-strand 2 (residues 142-166) shows beta-hairpin structure in solution. J. Biol. Chem.. 276:46364–46370.