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Journal of physical chemistry b

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ISSN: 1520-6106

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2018
2016
  • Advanced Potential Energy Surfaces for Molecular Simulation
    Publikacja
    • A. Albaugh
    • H. Boateng
    • R. Bradshaw
    • O. Demerdash
    • J. Dziedzic
    • Y. Mao
    • D. Margul
    • J. Swails
    • Q. Zeng
    • D. Case
    • P. Eastman
    • J. Essex
    • M. Head-Gordon
    • V. Pande
    • J. Ponder
    • Y. Shao
    • C. Skylaris
    • I. Todorov
    • M. Tuckerman
    • T. Head-Gordon

    - JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B - 2016

    Advanced potential energy surfaces are defined as theoretical models that explicitly include many-body effects that transcend the standard fixed-charge, pairwise-additive paradigm typically used in molecular simulation. However, several factors relating to their software implementation have precluded their widespread use in condensed-phase simulations: the computational cost of the theoretical models, a paucity of approximate models...

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  • General Mechanism of Osmolytes’ Influence on Protein Stability Irrespective of the Type of Osmolyte Cosolvent

    The stability of proteins in an aqueous solution can be modified by the presence of osmolytes. The hydration sphere of stabilizing osmolytes is strikingly similar to the enhanced hydration sphere of a protein. This similarity leads to an increase in the protein stability. Moreover, the hydration sphere of destabilizing osmolytes is significantly different. These solutes generate in their surroundings so-called “structurally different...

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2015
  • Mechanisms of Damage to DNA Labeled with Electrophilic Nucleobases Induced by Ionizing or UV Radiation
    Publikacja
    • J. Rak
    • L. Chomicz-Mańka
    • J. Wiczk
    • K. Westphal
    • M. Zdrowowicz
    • P. Wityk
    • M. Żyndul
    • S. Makurat
    • Ł. Golon

    - JOURNAL OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY B - 2015

    Hypoxia—a hallmark of solid tumors—makes hypoxic cells radioresistant. On the other hand, DNA, the main target of anticancer therapy, is not sensitive to the near UV photons and hydrated electrons, one of the major products of water radiolysis under hypoxic conditions. A possible way to overcome these obstacles to the efficient radio- and photodynamic therapy of cancer is to sensitize the cellular DNA to electrons and/or ultraviolet...

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