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Sacquin-Mora S, Prévost C.  2015.  Docking Peptides on Proteins: How to Open a Lock, in the Dark, with a Flexible Key. Structure. 23:1373–1374.
Sacquin-Mora S.  2019.  Coarse-grain simulations on NMR conformational ensembles highlight functional residues in proteins.. J R Soc Interface. 16(156):20190075.
Sacquin-Mora S.  2016.  Bridging Enzymatic Structure Function via Mechanics: A Coarse-Grain Approach. Methods in Enzymology. :227–248.
Sacquin-Mora S, Schoen M., Fuchs A.H.  2003.  Fluid phase transitions at chemically heterogeneous, nonplanar solid substrates: Surface versus confinement effects. J. Chem. Phys.. 118:1453–1465.
Sacquin-Mora S, Carbone A., Lavery R.  2008.  Identification of Protein Interaction Partners and Protein-Protein Interaction Sites. J. Mol. Biol.. 382:1276–1289.
Sacquin-Mora S, Fuchs AH, Schoen M.  2003.  Nanoscopic liquid bridges exposed to a torsional strain. Physical Review E. 68:066103.
Sacquin-Mora S, Lavery R.  2006.  Investigating the local flexibility of functional residues in hemoproteins. Biophys. J.. 90:2706–2717.
Sacquin-Mora S.  2015.  Fold and flexibility: what can proteins' mechanical properties tell us about their folding nucleus? J. R. Soc. Interface. 12
Sacquin-Mora S.  2003.  Fluide nanoconfines dans des systemes de basse symetrie : Simulations et Theorie.
Sacquin-Mora S, Prévost C.  2021.  When Order Meets Disorder: Modeling and Function of the Protein Interface in Fuzzy Complexes. Biomolecules. 11:1529.
Sacquin-Mora S, Sebban P., Derrien V., Frick B., Lavery R, Alba-Simionesco C..  2007.  Probing the flexibility of the bacterial reaction center: The wild-type protein is more rigid than two site-specific mutants. Biochemistry. 46:14960–14968.
Sacquin-Mora S, Schoen M., Fuchs A.H.  2002.  Fluids confined by nanopatterned substrates of low symmetry. Mol. Phys.. 100:2971–2982.
Sacquin-Mora S, Lavery R..  2009.  Modeling the Mechanical Response of Proteins to Anisotropic Deformation. Chemphyschem. 10:115–118.
Sacquin-Mora S, Fuchs AH, Schoen M.  2004.  Torsion-induced phase transitions in fluids confined between chemically decorated substrates. J. Chem. Phys.. 121:9077–9086.
Sacquin-Mora S, Delalande O., Baaden M.  2010.  Functional Modes and Residue Flexibility Control the Anisotropic Response of Guanylate Kinase to Mechanical Stress. Biophys. J.. 99:3412–3419.
Sacquin-Mora S, Laforet E, Lavery R.  2007.  Locating the active sites of enzymes using mechanical properties. Proteins: Struct., Funct., Bioinf.. 67:350–359.
Sacquin-Mora S.  2014.  Motions and mechanics: investigating conformational transitions in multi-domain proteins with coarse-grain simulations. Mol. Simul.. 40:229–236.
Sacquin-Mora S.  2018.  Mechanical variations in proteins with large-scale motions highlight the formation of structural locks. Journal of Structural Biology.
Sacquin-Mora S.  2011.  Coarse-grain models for proteins: Mechanical properties and interactions.
Saladin A, Amourda C., Poulain P., Férey N, Baaden M, Zacharias M, Delalande O., Prévost C.  2010.  Modeling the early stage of DNA sequence recognition within RecA nucleoprotein filaments. Nucleic Acids Res.. 38:6313–6323.
Saladin A, Prévost C.  2010.  Protein-Protein Docking. Protein-Protein Complexes. Analysis, Modeling and Drug Design. :147–181.
Saladin A, Fiorucci S, Poulain P, Prévost C, Zacharias M.  2009.  PTools: an opensource molecular docking library.. Bmc Struct. Biol.. 9:27–37.
Salari R, Joseph T, Lohia R, Hénin J, Brannigan G.  2018.  A Streamlined, General Approach for Computing Ligand Binding Free Energies and Its Application to GPCR-Bound Cholesterol.. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation. 14:6560–6573.
Santini S., Wei G., Mousseau N., Derreumaux P.  2003.  Exploring the folding pathways of proteins through energy landscape sampling: Application to Alzheimer's beta-amyloid peptide. Internet Electron. J. Mol. Des.. 2:564–577.
Santini S, Mousseau N, Derreumaux P.  2004.  In silico assembly of Alzheimer's A beta(16-22) peptide into beta-sheets. J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 126:11509–11516.

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