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Connelly PR, Johnson CR, Robert CH, Bak HJ, Gill SJ.  1989.  Binding of oxygen and carbon monoxide to the hemocyanin from the spiny lobster. J. Mol. Biol.. 207:829–832.
Corringer P.J, Baaden M., Bocquet N., Delarue M., Dufresne V., Nury H., Prevost M., Van Renterghem C..  2010.  Atomic structure and dynamics of pentameric ligand-gated ion channels: new insight from bacterial homologues. J. Physiol. (lond.). 588:565–572.
Costa D., Garrain P.A, Baaden M..  2013.  Understanding small biomolecule-biomaterial interactions: a review of fundamental theoretical and experimental approaches for biomolecule interactions with inorganic surfaces. J. Biomed. Mater. Res. A. 101:1210–1222.
Costa MGS, Batista PR, Shida CS, Robert CH, Bisch PM, Pascutti PG.  2010.  How does heparin prevent the pH inactivation of cathepsin B? Allosteric mechanism elucidated by docking and molecular dynamics. Bmc Genomics. 11, S5
Cote S, Laghaei R, Derreumaux P, Mousseau N.  2011.  Simulation of the Oligomerization Pathway for Different Alloforms of the Amyloid Beta Protein Related to Alzheimer's Disease. Biophys. J.. 100:401.
Cote S, Laghaei R, Derreumaux P, Mousseau N.  2012.  Distinct Dimerization for Various Alloforms of the Amyloid-Beta Protein: A beta(1-40), A beta(1-42), and A beta(1-40)(D23N). J. Phys. Chem. B. 116:4043–4055.
Cote S, Derreumaux P, Mousseau N.  2011.  Distinct Morphologies for Amyloid Beta Protein Monomer: A beta(1-40), A beta(1-42), and A beta(1-40)(D23N). J. Chem. Theory Comput.. 7:2584–2592.
Cournia Z, Allen TW, Andricioaei I, Antonny B, Baum D, Brannigan G, Buchete N-V, Deckman JT, Delemotte L, Del Val C et al..  2015.  Membrane Protein Structure, Function, and Dynamics: a Perspective from Experiments and Theory.. J. Membr. Biol.. 248
Cox K, Bond PJ, Grottesi A, Baaden M, Sansom MSP.  2008.  Outer membrane proteins: comparing X-ray and NMR structures by MD simulations in lipid bilayers. European Biophysics Journal with Biophysics Letters. 37:131–141.
Cragnolini T., Doutreligne S., Baaden M, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S..  2015.  Predicting and exploring complex nucleic acids architectures through a coarse-grained model. Journal of Biomolecular Structure & Dynamics. 33:30–31.
Cragnolini T, Laurin Y, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S.  2015.  Coarse-Grained HiRE-RNA Model for ab Initio RNA Folding beyond Simple Molecules, Including Noncanonical and Multiple Base Pairings. J. Chem. Theory Comput.. 11:3510–3522.
Cragnolini T, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S.  2013.  Coarse-Grained Simulations of RNA and DNA Duplexes. J. Phys. Chem. B. 117:8047–8060.
Cragnolini T, Laurin Y, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S.  2014.  Coarse-Grain RNA Folding: Towards More Complex Structures. Biophys. J.. 106:283A.
Cragnolini T, Chakraborty D, Sponer J, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S, Wales DJ.  2017.  Multifunctional energy landscape for a DNA G-quadruplex: An evolved molecular switch.. J Chem Phys. 147(15):152715.
Cragnolini T., Doutreligne S., Baaden M., Derreumaux P., Pasquali S..  2015.  44 Predicting and exploring complex nucleic acids architectures through a coarse-grained model. J. Biomol. Struct. Dyn.. 33 Suppl 1:30–31.
Cragnolini T, Sutherland-Cash KH, Wales D, Pasquali S, Derreumaux P.  2014.  Wide Exploration of OPEP Protein Energy Landscapes using Advanced Monte Carlo Methods. Biophys. J.. 106:256A.
Cragnolini T, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S.  2015.  Ab initio RNA folding. Journal of Physics-condensed Matter. 27:233102.
Cubellis M.V, Baaden M., Andreotti G..  2015.  Taming molecular flexibility to tackle rare diseases. Biochimie. 113:54–58.
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da Silva FLuis Barro, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S.  2017.  Protein-RNA complexation driven by the charge regulation mechanism.. Biochem Biophys Res Commun.
da Silva FLuis Barro, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S.  2017.  Fast coarse-grained model for RNA titration.. J Chem Phys. 146(3):035101.
da Silva FLuis Barro, Pasquali S, Derreumaux P, Dias LGustavo.  2016.  Electrostatics analysis of the mutational and pH effects of the N-terminal domain self-association of the major ampullate spidroin. Soft Matter. 12:5600–5612.
Danilowicz C, Hermans L, Coljee V, Prévost C, Prentiss M.  2017.  ATP hydrolysis provides functions that promote rejection of pairings between different copies of long repeated sequences. Nucleic Acids Res. 45:8448-8462.
Danilowicz C, Yang D, Kelley C, Prévost C, Prentiss M.  2015.  The poor homology stringency in the heteroduplex allows strand exchange to incorporate desirable mismatches without sacrificing recognition in vivo. Nucleic Acids Res.. 43:6473–85.
Darre L., Tek A., Baaden M., Pantano S..  2012.  Mixing atomistic and coarse grain solvation models for MD simulations: let WT4 handle the bulk. Jctc.
Dauchez M, Derreumaux P, LAGANT P, VERGOTEN G.  1995.  A VIBRATIONAL MOLECULAR-FORCE FIELD OF MODEL COMPOUNDS WITH BIOLOGICAL INTEREST .4. PARAMETERS FOR THE DIFFERENT GLYCOSIDIC LINKAGES OF OLIGOSACCHARIDES. J. Comput. Chem.. 16:188–199.

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