Congratulations to Josh Riback, Adam Zmyslowski, John Jumper, and our collaborators in the Clark lab at the University of Notre Dame and the Drummond lab on having their paper, entitled "Innovative scattering analysis shows hydrophobic disordered proteins are expanded in water," published in Science!
Congratulations to alumnus Alex French for receiving a BRAIN Initiative NRSA F32 Individual Postdoctoral Fellowship during his postdoctoral fellowship at Purdue University!
J.R. Riback, M.A. Bowman, A.M. Zmyslowski, C.R. Knoverek, J.M. Jumper, J.R. Hinshaw, E.B. Haye, K.F. Freed, P.L. Clark, T.R. Sosnick, "Innovative scattering analysis shows hydrophobic disordered proteins are expanded in water" Science 358 (2017) 238-41.
J.M. Jumper, K.F. Freed, T.R. Sosnick, "Trajectory-Based Parameterization of a Coarse-Grained Forcefield for High-Throughput Protein Simulation" bioRxiv:169326.
J.A. Riback*, C.D. Katanski*, J.L. Kear-Scott, E.V. Pilipenko, A.E. Rojek, T.R. Sosnick, D.A. Drummond, "Stress-Triggered Phase Separation Is an Adaptive, Evolutionarily Tuned Response" Cell 168 (2017) 1028-40.
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A.R. French, T.R. Sosnick, R.S. Rock, "Investigations of human myosin VI targeting using optogenetically controlled cargo loading" Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 114 (2017) E1607-16.
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Z.P. Gates*, M.C. Baxa*, W. Yu, J.A. Riback, H. Li, B. Roux, S.B.H. Kent, T.R. Sosnick, "Perplexing cooperative folding and stability of a low-sequence complexity, polyproline 2 protein lacking a hydrophobic core" Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A 114 (2017) 2241-6.
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J.M. Jumper, K.F. Freed, T.R. Sosnick, "Maximum-likelihood, self-consistent side chain free energies with applications to protein molecular dynamics" arXiv:1610.07277 [q-bio.BM].