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2022    
Tobias Ennslen, Kumar Sarthak, Aleksei Aksimentiev, and Jan C. Behrends. "Resolving Isomeric Posttranslational Modifications Using a Biological Nanopore as a Sensor of Molecular Shape." Journal of the American Chemical Society (2022). PDF icon supplementary_information.pdf (4.85 MB)
2020    
Prabhat Tripathi, Liang Shuai, Himanshu Joshi, Hirohito Yamazaki, William H. Fowle, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Hicham Fenniri, and Meni Wanunu. "Rosette Nanotube Porins as Ion Selective Transporters and Single-Molecule Sensors." Journal of the American Chemical Society 142:1680-1685 (2020). PDF icon si.pdf (2.47 MB)
2019    
James Wilson, Kumar Sarthak, Wei Si, Luyu Gao, and Aleksei Aksimentiev. "Rapid and Accurate Determination of Nanopore Ionic Current Using a Steric Exclusion Model." ACS sensors 4:634-644 (2019). PDF icon sem_si.pdf (4.02 MB)
2016    
Jejoong Yoo, and Aleksei Aksimentiev. "Refined Parameterization of Nonbonded Interactions Improves Conformational Sampling and Kinetics of Protein Folding Simulations." Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters 7:3812-3818 (2016). PDF icon jz6b01747_si_001.pdf (6.89 MB)
2014    
Trevor Gamble, Karl Decker, Timothy S. Plett, Matthew Pevarnik, Jan-Frederik Pietschmann, Ivan Vlassiouk, Aleksei Aksimentiev, and Zuzanna S. Siwy. "Rectification of Ion Current in Nanopores Depends on the Type of Monovalent Cations: Experiments and Modeling." The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 118:9809-9819 (2014).
2011    
Swati Bhattacharya, L Muzard, Linda Payet, Jérôme Mathé, Ulrich Bockelmann, Aleksei Aksimentiev, and Virgile Viasnoff. "Rectification of the current in alpha-hemolysin pore depends on the cation type: the alkali series probed by MD simulations and experiments." The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115:4255-4264 (2011).
2006    
Deyu Lu, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Amy Y. Shih, Eduardo Cruz-Chú, Peter L. Freddolino, Anton Arkhipov, and Klaus Schulten. "The role of molecular modeling in bionanotechnology." Phys Biol 3:S40-53 (2006).