Publications by year (2006-2016)
DNA Polymerases and DNA Repair
-X-ray structure of Archaeal polD DNA polymerase reveals a catalytic site similar to multi-subunit RNA polymerases.
L. Sauguet, P. Raia, G. Henneke and M. Delarue, Nature Comms. (Sept 2016).
-Structural basis for a new templated activity by TdT: implications for V(D)J recombination,
by J. Loc'h, S. Rosario and M. Delarue, in Structure (Sep 2016).
Pentameric Ligand-gated ion channels
-X-ray structures of GLIC with Barbiturates, with Pr. Trevor Smart (UCL, UK), submitted.
-X-ray structures of GLIC with Xenon, in the open and pre-activation states (PLoS One).
-X-ray structures of GLIC with Bromoform with MD studies by M. Baaden and coll. (Structure).
-New TdT structures in complex with a DNA synapsis shed light on DNA Double-Strand-Break Repair by NHEJ (EMBO J., Mar 2015).
-Structure of a GLIC-GlyR chimera (PNAS, Feb 2015)
-Structural characterization of allosteric binding sites in GLIC (Acta D, March 2015)
-Structural basis for the gating mechanism in GLIC (PNAS, Jan 2014),
-A structural perspective in the pharmacology of pLGICs (BBA, May 2014)
-Structural basis for ion permeation in GLIC (EMBO Journal, Jan 2013) at 2.4 Angstrom
-Structural basis for alcohol potentiation in mutant of GLIC (Nature Comms, April 2013)
-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)
-Structures of inhibitors of Tdt, with G. Maga (Milan) and R. di Santo (Roma), J. Med. Chem., Sep 2013.
-Structure of DNA pol B from P. abyssi in editing mode by J. Gouge et al. (JMB)
-A review on cys-loop receptors in Structure here
-The locally-closed form for GLIC in 2012, see F1000
-The structure of a complex between general anesthetics and GLIC in 2011, see F1000
-1 micro-second long MD simulation of GLIC in 2010, see F1000
-The structure of the open form of GLIC in 2009, see F1000
-The AquaSol model was extended to include solvent-solvent interactions in PRL, see F1000
a web-based software to calculate SAXS spectra from PDB coordinates,
including the solvent density predicted by AquaSol, is now available on-line.
The dipolar solvent model was described in Biophysical Journal (coll. H. Orland).
The web server of AquaSol and a new implementation due to P. Koehl is here.
MinActionPath (MAP) web server can be used to generate the most probable trajectory between two known structural forms
of the same macromolecule (Franklin et al., 2007).
Installation of NOMAD_Ref web server (see Ref. here).
Installation of PDB_Hydro web server (see Ref. here).
This was later replaced by AquaSol.
These sites provide online servers for algorithms such as normal mode
calculation, structural refinement, solvation, mutation and (later) transition path calculation.
The primary application is for biological macromolecules like proteins or DNA or complexes thereof.
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