Oliver Beckstein
Oliver Beckstein
Center for Biological Physics, Department of Physics, Arizona State University
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MDAnalysis: a toolkit for the analysis of molecular dynamics simulations
N Michaud‐Agrawal, EJ Denning, TB Woolf, O Beckstein
Journal of computational chemistry 32 (10), 2319-2327, 2011
9192011
Liquid–vapor oscillations of water in hydrophobic nanopores
O Beckstein, MSP Sansom
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (12), 7063-7068, 2003
4002003
First-principles elastic constants and electronic structure of and PtSi
O Beckstein, JE Klepeis, GLW Hart, O Pankratov
Physical Review B 63 (13), 134112, 2001
3952001
A hydrophobic gating mechanism for nanopores
O Beckstein, PC Biggin, MSP Sansom
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 105 (51), 12902-12905, 2001
2782001
Molecular basis of alternating access membrane transport by the sodium-hydantoin transporter Mhp1
T Shimamura, S Weyand, O Beckstein, NG Rutherford, JM Hadden, ...
Science 328 (5977), 470-473, 2010
2702010
The influence of geometry, surface character, and flexibility on the permeation of ions and water through biological pores
O Beckstein, MSP Sansom
Physical biology 1 (1), 42, 2004
2312004
MDAnalysis: A Python package for the rapid analysis of molecular dynamics simulations
RJ Gowers, M Linke, J Barnoud, TJE Reddy, MN Melo, SL Seyler, ...
Proceedings of the 15th Python in Science Conference, 102--109, 2016
2142016
Not ions alone: barriers to ion permeation in nanopores and channels
O Beckstein, K Tai, MSP Sansom
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (45), 14694-14695, 2004
1862004
A hydrophobic gate in an ion channel: the closed state of the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor
O Beckstein, MSP Sansom
Physical biology 3 (2), 147, 2006
1712006
A two-domain elevator mechanism for sodium/proton antiport
C Lee, HJ Kang, C Von Ballmoos, S Newstead, P Uzdavinys, DL Dotson, ...
Nature 501 (7468), 573-577, 2013
1552013
Lipidbook: a public repository for force-field parameters used in membrane simulations
J Domański, PJ Stansfeld, MSP Sansom, O Beckstein
The Journal of membrane biology 236 (3), 255-258, 2010
1502010
Ion channel gating: insights via molecular simulations
O Beckstein, PC Biggin, P Bond, JN Bright, C Domene, A Grottesi, ...
FEBS letters 555 (1), 85-90, 2003
1392003
Zipping and unzipping of adenylate kinase: atomistic insights into the ensemble of open↔ closed transitions
O Beckstein, EJ Denning, JR Perilla, TB Woolf
Journal of molecular biology 394 (1), 160-176, 2009
1112009
Crystal structure of the sodium–proton antiporter NhaA dimer and new mechanistic insights
C Lee, S Yashiro, DL Dotson, P Uzdavinys, S Iwata, MSP Sansom, ...
Journal of general physiology 144 (6), 529-544, 2014
542014
Flexible gates generate occluded intermediates in the transport cycle of LacY
LS Stelzl, PW Fowler, MSP Sansom, O Beckstein
Journal of molecular biology 426 (3), 735-751, 2014
532014
Crystal structures reveal the molecular basis of ion translocation in sodium/proton antiporters
M Coincon, P Uzdavinys, E Nji, DL Dotson, I Winkelmann, ...
Nature structural & molecular biology 23 (3), 248, 2016
512016
Simulations of anion transport through OprP reveal the molecular basis for high affinity and selectivity for phosphate
P Pongprayoon, O Beckstein, CL Wee, MSP Sansom
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (51), 21614-21618, 2009
502009
Molecular mechanism of ligand recognition by membrane transport protein, Mhp1
KJ Simmons, SM Jackson, F Brueckner, SG Patching, O Beckstein, ...
The EMBO journal 33 (16), 1831-1844, 2014
452014
Computing ensembles of transitions from stable states: Dynamic importance sampling
JR Perilla, O Beckstein, EJ Denning, TB Woolf
Journal of computational chemistry 32 (2), 196-209, 2011
442011
The alternating access mechanism of transport as observed in the sodium-hydantoin transporter Mhp1
S Weyand, T Shimamura, O Beckstein, MSP Sansom, S Iwata, ...
Journal of synchrotron radiation 18 (1), 20-23, 2011
442011
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