The Schulten group's papers have been cited so far over 53,000 times (ISI, February 2015), and according to Google Scholar (see Schulten's Google citation profile), over 75,000 times (as of February 2015). See his highly cited publications. Our group's papers have made a few journal covers.
Comparative dynamics and sequence dependence of dna and rna binding to single walled carbon nanotubes. Markita P. Landry, Lela Vukovic, Sebastian Kruss, Gili Bisker, Alexandra M. Landry, Shahrin Islam, Rishabh Jain, Klaus Schulten, and Michael S. Strano. Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2015. In Press.
The ribosome can discriminate the chirality of amino acids within its peptidyl-transferase center. Michael T. Englander, Joshua L. Avins, Rachel C. Fleisher, Bo Liu, Philip R. Effraim, Jiangning Wang, Klaus Schulten, Thomas S. Leyh, Ruben L. Gonzalez Jr., and Virginia W. Cornish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA, 2015. In Press.
Molecular dynamics simulations of large macromolecular complexes. Juan R. Perilla, Boon Chong Goh, C. Keith Cassidy, Bo Liu, Rafael C. Bernardi, Till Rudack, Hang Yu, Zhe Wu, and Klaus Schulten. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 31:64-74, 2015.
Tunable graphene quantum point contact transistor for DNA detection and characterization. Anuj Girdhar, Chaitanya Sathe, Klaus Schulten, and Jean-Pierre Leburton. Nanotechnology, 26:134005, 2015. (10 pages).
Mechanism of substrate translocation by a ring-shaped ATPase motor at millisecond resolution. Wen Ma and Klaus Schulten. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 137:3031-3040, 2015.
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