52. Chen W, Huang YD and Shen J*, Conformational activation of a transmembrane proton channel from constant pH molecular dynamics. J Phys Chem Lett 7: 3961-3966, 2016.

51. Huang YD, Chen W, and Shen J*, Continuous constant pH molecular dynamics with particle-mesh Ewald and titratabe water. J Chem Theory Comput. In Press.

50. Huang YD, Chen W, Dotson DL, Beckstein O, and Shen J*, Mechanism of pH-dependent activation of the sodium-proton antiporter NhaA. Nature Commun 7:12940, 2016.

49. Kim E, Liu Y, Ben-Yoav H, Winkler TE, Yan K, Shi S, Shen J, Kelly DL, Ghodssi R, Bentley WE, and Payne GF*,  Fusing sensor paradigms to acquire chemical information: an integrative role for smart biopolymeric hydrogels. Adv Healthcare Mater. 2016.

48. Ellis CR, Cheng-Chieh Tsai, Xinjun Hou, and Shen J*, Constant pH molecular dynamics reveals pH-modulated binding of two small-molecule BACE1 inhibitors. J Phys Chem Lett 7: 944-949, 2016.

47. Ellis CR and Shen J*, pH-dependent population shift regulates BACE1 activity and inhibition. J Am Chem Soc 137: 9543-9546, 2015.

46. Morrow BH, Payne GP, and Shen J*, Stimuli-responsive self-assembly of polysaccharide through a rugged energy landscape. J Am Chem Soc 137: 13024-13030, 2015.

45. Chen W, Shi C, and Shen J*, Nascent beta-hairpin formation of a natively unfolded fragment peptide reveals the role of hydrophobic contacts. Biophys J 109: 630-638, 2015.

 44. Chen W, Shi C, MacKerell Jr. AD, and Shen J*, Conformational dynamics of two natively unfolded fragment peptides: Comparison of the AMBER and CHARMM force fields. J Phys Chem B 119: 7902-7910, 2015.

42. Chen W and Shen J*, Effects of system net charge and electrostatic truncation on all-atom constant pH molecular dynamics. J Comput Chem 35: 1986-1996, 2014.

41. Morrow BH, Eike DM, Murch BP, Koenig PH, and Shen J*, Predicting proton titration in cationic micelle and bilayer environments. J Chem Phys 141: 084714, 2014.

40.  Cote Y, Fu IW, Dobson ET, Goldberger JE, Nguyen HD, and Shen JK*, 2014. Mechanism of the pH-Controlled self-assembly of nanofibers from peptide amphiphiles. J Phys Chem C 118: 16272-16278, 2014.

39.  Chen W, Morrow BH, Shi C, Shen JK*, 2014. Recent development and application of constant pH molecular dynamics. Mol Simul.  Mol Simulat 40: 830-838, 2014.

38.  Morrow BH, Koenig PH, and Shen JK*, 2013. Self-assembly and bilayer-micelle transition of fatty acids studied by replica-exchange constant pH molecular dynamics. Langmuir, 29: 14823–14830.

37.  Chen W, Wallace JA, and Shen JK*, 2013. Introducing Titratable Water to All-Atom Molecular Dynamics at Constant pH. Biophys J 105: L15.

36. Morrow BH, Koenig PH, and Shen JK*, 2012. Atomistic simulations of pH-dependent self-assembly of micelle and bilayer from fatty acids. J Chem Phys 137: 194902.

35. Wallace JA and Shen JK*, 2012.  Charge-leveling co-ions and proper treatment of long-range electrostatics in all-atom molecular dynamics at constant pH.  J Chem Phys 137: 184105.

34. Du, L; King, JB; Morrow, BH; Shen, JK; Miller, AN; Cichewicz, RH*, 2012. An uncommon diaryclopentendione metabolite obtained from a preussia typharum isolate procured using an unconventional cultivation approach. J Nat Prod 75: 1819-1823.

33. Yi J*, Morrow BH, Campbell ALO, Shen JK*, and Richter-Addo GB*, 2012. Nitric oxide coupling mediated by iron porphyrins: the N–N bond formation step is facilitated by electrons and a proton. Chem Commun. 48: 9041-9044.

32. Wang Y, Shen JK*, Schroeder SJ*, 2012. Nucleotide dynamics at the A-site Cleft in the peptidyl transferase Center of H. marismortui 50S ribosomal subunits. J Phys Chem Lett 3: 1007-1010.

31. Wallace JA and Shen JK*, 2012. Unraveling a trap-and-trigger mechanism in the pH-sensitive self-assembly of spider silk proteins. J Phys Chem Lett 3: 658-662.

30. Shi C, Wallace JA, and Shen JK*, 2012. Thermodynamic coupling of protonation and conformational equilibria in proteins: theory and simulation. Biophys J. 102: 1590-1597.

29. Morrow BH, Wang Y, Wallace JA, Koenig PH, and Shen JK*, 2011. Simulating pH titration of a single surfactant in ionic and nonionic micelles. J Phys Chem B 115: 14980-14990.

28. Wallace JA and Shen JK*, 2011. Continuous constant pH molecular dynamics in explicit solvent with pH-based replica exchange. J Chem Theory Comput 7: 2617-2629.

27. Wallace JA, Wang Y, Shi C, Pastoor KJ, Nguyen B-L, Xia K, and Shen JK*, 2011. Towards accurate prediction of pKa values for protein internal residues: the importance of conformational relaxation and desolvation energy. Proteins 79: 3364-3363.

26. Wang Y, Wallace JA, Koenig PH, and Shen JK*, 2011. Molecular dynamics simulations of ionic and nonionic surfactant micelles with a generalized Born implicit-solvent model. J Comput Chem 32: 2358.

25. Alexov E, Mehler EL, Baker NA, Baptista A, Huang Y, Milletti F, Nielsen JE, Farrell D, Carstensen T, Olsson MHM, Shen JK, Warwicker J, Williams S, Word JM, 2011. Progress in the prediction of pKa values in proteins. Proteins 79: 3260-3275.

24. Wallace JA and Shen JK*, 2010. Probing the strand orientation and registry alignment in the propagation of amyloid fibrils of Ab(16-22). Biochemistry 49:5290-5298.

23. Shen JK*, 2010. Uncovering specific electrostatic interactions in the denatured states of proteins. Biophys J 99: 924-932.

22. Shen JK*, 2010. A method to determine residue-specific denatured-state pKa values from analysis of stability changes in single-mutant cycles. J Am Chem Soc132: 7258-7259.

21. Wallace JA and Shen JK*, 2009. Predicting protein pKa’s with continuous constant pH molecular dynamics, Methods Enzymol 66: 455-475.

20. Xu N, Campbell AOL, Powell DR, Khandogin J*, and Richter-Addo GB*, 2009. A stable hyponitrite-bridged iron porphyrin complex. J Am Chem Soc 130: 16498-16499.

19. Wickham JW, Halye J, Kashtanov S, Khandogin J, and Rice CV*, 2009. Revisiting magnesium chelation by teichoic acid with phosphorus solid-state NMR and theoretical calculations. J Phys Chem B 113: 2177-2183.

17. Qian J, Khandogin J, West AH, Cook P*, 2008. Evidence for a catalytic dyad in the active site of homocitrate synthase from saccaromyces cerevisiae. Biochemistry 47: 6851-6858.

16. Chen J, Brooks CL III*, and Khandogin J, 2008. Recent advances in implicit solvent based methods for biomolecular simulations. Curr Opin Struct Biol 18: 140-148.

2005-2007 (California)
15. Khandogin J and Brooks CL III*, 2007. Linking folding with aggregation in Alzheimer’s beta-amyloid peptides. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 104: 16880-16885.

14. KhandoginJand Brooks CL III*, 2007. Molecular simulations of pH-mediated biological processes. Annu Report Comput Chem 3: 3-11.

13. Khandogin J, Raleigh DP, and Brooks CL III*, 2007. Folding intermediate in the villin headpiece domain arises from disruption of an N-terminal hydrogen-bonded network. J Am Chem Soc 29: 3056-3057.

12. Khandogin J, Chen J, and Brooks CL III*, 2006. Exploring atomistic details of pH-dependent peptide folding. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 103: 18546-18550.

11. Khandogin J and Brooks CL III*, 2006. Toward the accurate first-principles prediction of ionization equilibria in proteins. Biochemistry 45: 9363-9373.

10. Khandogin J and Brooks CL III*, 2005. Constant pH molecular dynamics simulation with proton tautomerism. Biophys J 89: 141-157.

Prior to 2005 (Germany, Canada, Minnesota)
9. Gregersen BA, Khandogin J, Thiel W, and York DM*, 2005. Smooth solvation method for d-orbital semiempirical calculations of biological reactions II: application to transphosphorylation thio effects in solution. J Phys Chem B 109: 9799-9809.

8. Khandogin J, Gregersen BA, Thiel W, and York DM*, 2005. Smooth solvation method for d-orbital semiempirical calculations of biological reactions I: implementation. J Phys Chem B 109: 536-556.

7. Khandogin J and York DM*, 2004. Quantum descriptors for biological macromolecules from linear-scaling electronic structure methods. Proteins 56: 724-737.

6. Khandogin J, Musier-Forsyth K, and D. M. York*, 2003. Insights into the regioselectivity and RNA binding affinity of HIV-1 nucleocapsid protein from linear-scaling quantum methods. J Mol Biol 303: 993-1004.

5. Khandogin J and York DM*, 2002. Quantum mechanical characterization of nucleic acids in solution: a linear-scaling study of charge fluctuations in DNA and RNA. J Phys Chem B 106: 7693-7703.

4. Khandogin J, Hu A, and York DM*, 2000. Electronic structure properties of solvated biomolecules: a quantum approach for macromolecular characterization. J Comput Chem 21: 1562-1571.

3. Khandogin J and Ziegler T*, 2000. A simple relativistic correction to the Nuclear Spin-Spin Coupling Constant. J Phys Chem A 104: 113-120.

2. Khandogin J and Ziegler T*, 1999. Density functional study of nuclear magnetic resonance spin-spin coupling constants. Spectrochim Acta A 55: 607-624.

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