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Derreumaux P, Man VHoang, Wang J, Nguyen PHoang.  2020.  Tau R3-R4 Domain Dimer of the Wild Type and Phosphorylated Ser356 Sequences. I. In Solution by Atomistic Simulations.. J Phys Chem B.
Man VHoang, Li MSuan, Derreumaux P, Nguyen PH.  2018.  Rayleigh-Plesset equation of the bubble stable cavitation in water: A nonequilibrium all-atom molecular dynamics simulation study. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 148:094505.
Man VHoang, Li MSuan, Wang J, Derreumaux P, Nguyen PH.  2019.  Nonequilibrium atomistic molecular dynamics simulation of tubular nanomotor propelled by bubble propulsion. The Journal of chemical physics. 151:024103.
Man VHoang, Truong PMinh, Li MSuan, Wang J, Van-Oanh N-T, Derreumaux P, Nguyen PH.  2018.  Molecular mechanism of the cell membrane pore formation induced by bubble stable cavitation. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 123:71–78.
Man VHoang, Li MSuan, Wang J, Derreumaux P, Nguyen PH.  2019.  Interaction mechanism between the focused ultrasound and lipid membrane at the molecular level. The Journal of chemical physics. 150:215101.
Man VHoang, Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2017.  High-Resolution Structures of the Amyloid-β 1-42 Dimers from the Comparison of Four Atomistic Force Fields.. J Phys Chem B. 121(24):5977-5987.
Man VHoang, He X, Derreumaux P, Ji B, Xie X-Q, Nguyen PH, Wang J.  2019.  Effects of all-atom molecular mechanics force fields on amyloid peptide assembly: the case of aβ16–22 dimer. Journal of chemical theory and computation. 15:1440–1452.
Man VHoang, Nguyen PH, Derreumaux P.  2017.  Conformational Ensembles of the Wild-Type and S8C Aβ1-42 Dimers.. J Phys Chem B. 121(11):2434-2442.
Domin D, Man VHoang, Van-Oanh N-T, Wang J, Kawasaki T, Derreumaux P, Nguyen PH.  2018.  Breaking down cellulose fibrils with a mid-infrared laser. Cellulose. 25:5553–5568.
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.