Quyen V. Vu
Quyen V. Vu
Institute of Physics, Polish Academy of Science
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Electrostatic interactions govern extreme nascent protein ejection times from ribosomes and can delay ribosome recycling
DA Nissley, QV Vu, F Trovato, N Ahmed, Y Jiang, MS Li, EP O’Brien
Journal of the American Chemical Society 142 (13), 6103-6110, 2020
Ribosome elongation kinetics of consecutively charged residues are coupled to electrostatic force
SE Leininger, J Rodriguez, QV Vu, Y Jiang, MS Li, C Deutsch, EP O’Brien
Biochemistry 60 (43), 3223-3235, 2021
The driving force for co-translational protein folding is weaker in the ribosome vestibule due to greater water ordering
QV Vu, Y Jiang, MS Li, EP O'Brien
Chemical Science 12 (35), 11851-11857, 2021
A Newly Identified Class of Protein Misfolding in All-Atom Folding Simulations Consistent with Limited Proteolysis Mass Spectrometry
QV Vu, I Sitarik, Y Jiang, D Yadav, P Sharma, SD Fried, MS Li, EP O’Brien
bioRxiv, 2022.07. 19.500586, 2022
How soluble misfolded proteins bypass chaperones at the molecular level
R Halder, DA Nissley, I Sitarik, Y Jiang, Y Rao, QV Vu, MS Li, J Pritchard, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 3689, 2023
Is Posttranslational Folding More Efficient Than Refolding from a Denatured State: A Computational Study
QV Vu, DA Nissley, Y Jiang, EP O’Brien, MS Li
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, 2023
Screening of a Small Spherical Macroion by Oppositely Charged Flexible Polyelectrolyte
V Van Quyen, VTH Yen
Communications in Physics 26 (3), 287-287, 2016
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