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Nguyen PH, Li MSuan, Derreumaux P.  2014.  Amyloid oligomer structure characterization from simulations: A general method. J. Chem. Phys.. 140:094105.
Nguyen PH, Stock G, Mittag E, Hu CK, Li MS.  2005.  Free energy landscape and folding mechanism of a beta-hairpin in explicit water: A replica exchange molecular dynamics study. Proteins: Struct., Funct., Bioinf.. 61:795–808.
Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2012.  Configurational entropy: an improvement of the quasiharmonic approximation using configurational temperature. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys.. 14:877–886.
Nguyen HLinh, Thu TThi Minh, Truong PMinh, Lan PDang, Man VHoang, Nguyen PH, Tu LAnh, Chen Y-C, Li MSuan.  2016.  Aβ41 Aggregates More Like Aβ40 than Like Aβ42: In Silico and in Vitro Study. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 120:7371–7379.
Nguyen PH, Park S-M, Stock G.  2010.  Nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation of the energy transport through a peptide helix. J. Chem. Phys.. 132
Nguyen P.H., Hamm P., Stock G..  2009.  Nonequilibrium molecular dynamics simulation of photoinduced energy flow in peptides: theory meets experiment.
Nguyen PH, Okamoto Y, Derreumaux P.  2013.  Communication: Simulated tempering with fast on-the-fly weight determination. J. Chem. Phys.. 138:061102.
Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P, Stock G.  2009.  Energy Flow and Long-Range Correlations in Guanine-Binding Riboswitch: A Nonequilibrium Molecular Dynamics Study. J. Phys. Chem. B. 113:9340–9347.
Nguyen PH.  2009.  Estimating configurational entropy of complex molecules: A novel variable transformation approach. Chem. Phys. Lett.. 468:90–93.
Ngo STung, Derreumaux P, Vu VV.  2019.  Probable Transmembrane Amyloid α-Helix Bundles Capable of Conducting Ca Ions.. J Phys Chem B. 123(12):2645-2653.
Ngo STung, Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2020.  Impact of A2T and D23N Mutations on Tetrameric Aβ42 Barrel within a Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine Lipid Bilayer Membrane by Replica Exchange Molecular Dynamics.. J Phys Chem B. 124(7):1175-1182.
Ngo STung, Nguyen PHoang, Derreumaux P.  2020.  Stability of Aβ11-40 Trimers with Parallel and Antiparallel β-Sheet Organizations in a Membrane-Mimicking Environment by Replica Exchange Molecular Dynamics Simulation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B.
Neri M, Baaden M, Carnevale V, Anselmi C, Maritan A, Carloni P.  2008.  Microseconds dynamics simulations of the outer-membrane protease T. Biophys. J.. 94:71–78.
Nazarova N.I, Mazur AK, Elyakova L.A.  1986.  Active sites of the endo-beta-1,3-glucanases from Spisula sacchalinensis and Chlyamys albidys. Bioorg. Chem.. 12:1478–1483.
Nayeem SM, Oteri F, Baaden M, Deep S.  2017.  Residues of Alpha Helix H3 Determine Distinctive Features of Transforming Growth Factor β3.. J Phys Chem B. 121(22):5483-5498.
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.
Nasiripourdori A., Taly V., Grutter T., Taly A.  2011.  From toxins targeting ligand gated ion channels to therapeutic molecules. Toxins (basel). 3:260–293.
Nasica-Labouze J, Meli M, Derreumaux P, Colombo G, Mousseau N.  2011.  Characterization of the Aggregation Pathway for a 20-mer of GNNQQNY using Coarse-Grained and All-Atom Representations. Biophys. J.. 100:BiophysSoc.
Nasica-Labouze J, Tarus B, Nguyen P, Derreumaux P.  2015.  What Computational Methods can Teach us about the Alzheimer-Protective Nature of A2V-and A2T-Mutant Amyloid-Beta Oligomers. Biophys. J.. 108:204A-204A.
Nasica-Labouze J, Meli M, Derreumaux P, Colombo G, Mousseau N.  2011.  A Multiscale Approach to Characterize the Early Aggregation Steps of the Amyloid-Forming Peptide GNNQQNY from the Yeast Prion Sup-35. Plos Comput. Biol.. 7:e1002051.
Nasica-Labouze J, Nguyen PH, Sterpone F, Berthoumieu O, Buchete N-V, Cote S, De Simone A, Doig AJ, Faller P, Garcia A et al..  2015.  Amyloid beta Protein and Alzheimer’s Disease: When Computer Simulations Complement Experimental Studies. Chem. Rev.. 115:3518–3563.