Sarah Harris
Sarah Harris
Lecturer in Biological Physics, University of Leeds
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Parmbsc1: a refined force field for DNA simulations
I Ivani, PD Dans, A Noy, A Pérez, I Faustino, A Hospital, J Walther, ...
Nature methods 13 (1), 55-58, 2016
Cooperativity in drug− DNA recognition: a molecular dynamics study
SA Harris, E Gavathiotis, MS Searle, M Orozco, CA Laughton
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (50), 12658-12663, 2001
Structural diversity of supercoiled DNA
RN Irobalieva, JM Fogg, DJ Catanese, T Sutthibutpong, M Chen, ...
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-11, 2015
Molecular dynamics studies of DNA A-tract structure and flexibility
EC Sherer, SA Harris, R Soliva, M Orozco, CA Laughton
Journal of the American Chemical Society 121 (25), 5981-5991, 1999
Molecular dynamics simulations of duplex stretching reveal the importance of entropy in determining the biomechanical properties of DNA
SA Harris, ZA Sands, CA Laughton
Biophysical journal 88 (3), 1684-1691, 2005
Biomolecular simulations: From dynamics and mechanisms to computational assays of biological activity
DJ Huggins, PC Biggin, MA Dämgen, JW Essex, SA Harris, ...
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science 9 (3), e1393, 2019
Atomistic simulations reveal bubbles, kinks and wrinkles in supercoiled DNA
JS Mitchell, CA Laughton, SA Harris
Nucleic acids research 39 (9), 3928-3938, 2011
Considerations in experimental and theoretical collision cross-section measurements of small molecules using travelling wave ion mobility spectrometry-mass spectrometry
TW Knapman, JT Berryman, I Campuzano, SA Harris, AE Ashcroft
International journal of mass spectrometry 298 (1-3), 17-23, 2010
Skp is a multivalent chaperone of outer-membrane proteins
B Schiffrin, AN Calabrese, PWA Devine, SA Harris, AE Ashcroft, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 23 (9), 786-793, 2016
Mapping the phase diagram of the writhe of DNA nanocircles using atomistic molecular dynamics simulations
SA Harris, CA Laughton, TB Liverpool
Nucleic acids research 36 (1), 21-29, 2008
Induced fit DNA recognition by a minor groove binding analogue of Hoechst 33258: fluctuations in DNA A tract structure investigated by NMR and molecular dynamics simulations
CE Bostock-Smith, SA Harris, CA Laughton, MS Searle
Nucleic acids research 29 (3), 693-702, 2001
Bullied no more: when and how DNA shoves proteins around
JM Fogg, GL Randall, BM Pettitt, LS De Witt, SA Harris, L Zechiedrich
Quarterly reviews of biophysics 45 (3), 257-299, 2012
Parmbsc1: a refined force field for DNA simulations
J Walther, P Andrio, R Goñi, A Balaceanu, G Portella, F Battistini, JL Gelpí, ...
Nat. Methods 13 (1), 55, 2016
Large-scale molecular dynamics simulation of DNA: implementation and validation of the AMBER98 force field in LAMMPS
C Grindon, S Harris, T Evans, K Novik, P Coveney, C Laughton
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 2004
Peptide synthesis and self-assembly
S Maude, LR Tai, RPW Davies, B Liu, SA Harris, PJ Kocienski, A Aggeli
Peptide-Based Materials, 27-69, 2011
Systematic examination of polymorphism in amyloid fibrils by molecular-dynamics simulation
JT Berryman, SE Radford, SA Harris
Biophysical journal 100 (9), 2234-2242, 2011
Thermodynamic description of polymorphism in Q-and N-rich peptide aggregates revealed by atomistic simulation
JT Berryman, SE Radford, SA Harris
Biophysical journal 97 (1), 1-11, 2009
Supramolecular Domains in Mixed Peptide Self‐Assembled Monolayers on Gold Nanoparticles
L Duchesne, G Wells, DG Fernig, SA Harris, R Lévy
ChemBioChem 9 (13), 2127-2134, 2008
Long-range correlations in the mechanics of small DNA circles under topological stress revealed by multi-scale simulation
T Sutthibutpong, C Matek, C Benham, GG Slade, A Noy, C Laughton, ...
Nucleic acids research 44 (19), 9121-9130, 2016
The atomistic simulation of DNA
CA Laughton, SA Harris
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Computational Molecular Science 1 (4), 590-600, 2011
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