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Publications by year (2009-2018)
-Design of a polymerase that generates libraries of random RNA: Nucleic Acids Research (on-line)
2017-Simulating the transition path between two known forms of a macromolecule using mixed ENMs,
in J. Chem. Phys. This is a follow up of our previous MAP method (see also P. Koehl in J. Chem. Phys.)
-Organisation with Y.H. Sanejouand of a one day meeting in Normal Mode analysis and Conformational Transitions in Pasteur (30 May 2017)
DNA Polymerases and DNA Repair
-X-ray structure of Archaeal polD DNA polymerase reveals a catalytic site similar to multi-subunit RNA polymerases that are found in all domains of life,
by L. Sauguet, P. Raia, G. Henneke and M. Delarue, Nature Comms. (Sept 2016).
-Structural basis for an unexpected "in trans" templated activity by TdT: implications for V(D)J recombination and DNA double-strand-breaks repair in eukaryotes,
J. Loc'h, S. Rosario and M. Delarue, Structure (Sep 2016).
Pentameric Ligand-gated ion channels (pentaLGICs): drug binding sites in different conformational states
-TdT structures in complex with a DNA synapsis shed new light on DNA Double-Strand-Break Repair by NHEJ (EMBO J., Mar 2015).
-Structural basis for ion permeation in GLIC (EMBO Journal, Jan 2013) at 2.4 Angstrom
-Snapshots of Terminal deoxynucleotidyl transferase caught in action: dynamical aspects of the two-metal-ion mechanism (J. Gouge et al., J. Mol. Biol., Jul 2013)
-Structure of Archaeal DNA polymerase (polB) from P. abyssi in editing mode by J. Gouge et al. (JMB)
a web-based software to calculate SAXS spectra from PDB coordinates,
including the solvent density predicted by AquaSol, is now available on-line.
These sites provide online servers for algorithms such as normal mode
calculation, structural refinement, solvation, mutation and (later) transition path calculation.
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