Peng Xiu
Peng Xiu
Associate Professor of Biomechanics and Biophysics, Zhejiang University
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Destructive extraction of phospholipids from Escherichia coli membranes by graphene nanosheets
Y Tu, M Lv, P Xiu, T Huynh, M Zhang, M Castelli, Z Liu, Q Huang, C Fan, ...
Nature nanotechnology 8 (8), 594, 2013
Stable liquid water droplet on a water monolayer formed at room temperature on ionic model substrates
C Wang, H Lu, Z Wang, P Xiu, B Zhou, G Zuo, R Wan, J Hu, H Fang
Physical Review Letters 103 (13), 137801, 2009
Interactions Between Proteins and Carbon‐Based Nanoparticles: Exploring the Origin of Nanotoxicity at the Molecular Level
G Zuo, S Kang, P Xiu, Y Zhao, R Zhou
Small 9 (9‐10), 1546-1556, 2013
Water-mediated signal multiplication with Y-shaped carbon nanotubes
Y Tu, P Xiu, R Wan, J Hu, R Zhou, H Fang
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 106 (43), 18120-18124, 2009
Amino acid analogues bind to carbon nanotube via π-π interactions: comparison of molecular mechanical and quantum mechanical calculations
Z Yang, Z Wang, X Tian, P Xiu, R Zhou
The Journal of Chemical Physics 136 (2), 01B607, 2012
Manipulating biomolecules with aqueous liquids confined within single-walled nanotubes
P Xiu, B Zhou, W Qi, H Lu, Y Tu, H Fang
Journal of the American Chemical Society 131 (8), 2840-2845, 2009
Critical dipole length for the wetting transition due to collective water-dipoles interactions
C Wang, B Zhou, Y Tu, M Duan, P Xiu, J Li, H Fang
Scientific reports 2 (1), 1-6, 2012
Urea-induced drying of hydrophobic nanotubes: comparison of different urea models
P Xiu, Z Yang, B Zhou, P Das, H Fang, R Zhou
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115 (12), 2988-2994, 2011
Enantiomerization mechanism of thalidomide and the role of water and hydroxide ions
C Tian, P Xiu, Y Meng, W Zhao, Z Wang, R Zhou
Chemistry–A European Journal 18 (45), 14305-14313, 2012
Effect of surface morphology on the ordered water layer at room temperature
C Wang, B Zhou, P Xiu, H Fang
The Journal of Physical Chemistry C 115 (7), 3018-3024, 2011
High density gas state at water/graphite interface studied by molecular dynamics simulation
W Chun-Lei, L Zhao-Xia, L Jing-Yuan, X Peng, H Jun, F Hai-Ping
Chinese Physics B 17 (7), 2646, 2008
Revealing the importance of surface morphology of nanomaterials to biological responses: Adsorption of the villin headpiece onto graphene and phosphorene
W Zhang, T Huynh, P Xiu, B Zhou, C Ye, B Luan, R Zhou
Carbon 94, 895-902, 2015
Alcohol-induced drying of carbon nanotubes and its implications for alcohol/water separation: a molecular dynamics study
X Tian, Z Yang, B Zhou, P Xiu, Y Tu
The Journal of Chemical Physics 138 (20), 204711, 2013
Coherent microscopic picture for urea-induced denaturation of proteins
Z Yang, P Xiu, B Shi, L Hua, R Zhou
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 116 (30), 8856-8862, 2012
Kinetics of water filling the hydrophobic channels of narrow carbon nanotubes studied by molecular dynamics simulations
K Wu, B Zhou, P Xiu, W Qi, R Wan, H Fang
The Journal of chemical physics 133 (20), 204702, 2010
Dewetting transitions in the self-assembly of two amyloidogenic β-sheets and the importance of matching surfaces
Z Yang, B Shi, H Lu, P Xiu, R Zhou
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 115 (38), 11137-11144, 2011
Detection of the long noncoding RNAs nuclear‐enriched autosomal transcript 1 (NEAT1) and metastasis associated lung adenocarcinoma transcript 1 in the peripheral blood of HIV‐1 …
C Jin, X Peng, T Xie, X Lu, F Liu, H Wu, Z Yang, J Wang, L Cheng, N Wu
HIV medicine 17 (1), 68-72, 2016
Molecular wire of urea in carbon nanotube: a molecular dynamics study
P Xiu, Y Tu, X Tian, H Fang, R Zhou
Nanoscale 4 (2), 652-658, 2012
Water permeation across nanochannels with defects
S Li, P Xiu, H Lu, X Gong, K Wu, R Wan, H Fang
Nanotechnology 19 (10), 105711, 2008
Size dependence of nanoscale confinement on chiral transformation
Z Wang, C Wang, P Xiu, W Qi, Y Tu, Y Shen, R Zhou, R Zhang, H Fang
Chemistry–A European Journal 16 (22), 6482-6487, 2010
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