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Stirnemann G, Duboue-Dijon E, Laage D.  2017.  Ab Initio Simulations of Water Dynamics in Aqueous TMAO Solutions: Temperature and Concentration Effects. J Phys Chem B.
Katava M, Stirnemann G, Zanatta M, Capaccioli S, Pachetti M, Ngai KL, Sterpone F, Paciaroni A.  2017.  Critical structural fluctuations of proteins upon thermal unfolding challenge the Lindemann criterion. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 114:9361-9366.
Stirnemann G, Laage D.  2010.  Direct evidence of angular jumps during water reorientation through two-dimensional infrared anisotropy. J. Phys. Chem. Lett.. 1:1511–1516.
Mondal J, Halverson D, Li ITS, Stirnemann G, Walker GC, Berne BJ.  2015.  How osmolytes influence hydrophobic polymer conformations: A unified view from experiment and theory.. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. Usa. 112:9270–5.
Stirnemann G, Sterpone F.  2017.  Mechanics of Protein Adaptation to High Temperatures. J Phys Chem Lett. 8:5884-5890.
Beedle AEM, Lezamiz A, Stirnemann G, Garcia-Manyes S.  2015.  The mechanochemistry of copper reports on the directionality of unfolding in model cupredoxin proteins.. Nature Comm.. 6:7894.
Xiao S, Figge F, Stirnemann G, Laage D, McGuire JA.  2016.  Orientational Dynamics of Water at an Extended Hydrophobic Interface. J Am Chem Soc. 138:5551-60.
Stirnemann G, Sterpone F.  2015.  Recovering protein thermal stability using all-atom Hamiltonian replica-exchange simulations in explicit solvent. J. Chem. Theo. Comput.. 11:5573–5577.
Katava M, Kalimeri M, Stirnemann G, Sterpone F.  2016.  Stability and Function at High Temperature. What Makes a Thermophilic GTPase Different from Its Mesophilic Homologue. J. Phys. Chem. B. 120:2721–2730.
Beedle AEM, Mora M, Lynham S, Stirnemann G, Garcia-Manyes S.  2017.  Tailoring protein nanomechanics with chemical reactivity. Nat Commun. 8:15658.
Sterpone F, Stirnemann G, Hynes JT, Laage D.  2010.  Water hydrogen-bond dynamics around amino acids: the key role of hydrophilic hydrogen-bond acceptor groups. J. Phys. Chem. B. 114:2083–9.
Laage D, Stirnemann G, Sterpone F, Hynes JT.  2012.  Water Jump Reorientation: From Theoretical Prediction to Experimental Observation. Acc. Chem. Res.. 45:53–62.