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  1. Hydrophobic and electrostatic interactions modulate protein escape at the ribosomal exit tunnel
    Phuong Thuy Bui and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Biophysical Journal 120, 4798-4808 (2021)
  2. Marginally compact phase and ordered ground states in a model polymer with side spheres
    Tatjana Škrbić, Trinh Xuan Hoang, Achille Giacometti, Amos Maritan, and Jayanth R. Banavar
    Physical Review E 104, L012501 (2021)
  3. Spontaneous dimensional reduction and ground state degeneracy in a simple chain model
    Tatjana Škrbić, Trinh Xuan Hoang, Achille Giacometti, Amos Maritan, and Jayanth R. Banavar
    Physical Review E 104, L012101 (2021)
  4. Protein escape at the ribosomal exit tunnel: Effect of the tunnel shape
    Phuong Thuy Bui and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Journal of Chemical Physics 153, 045105 (2020)
  5. Effects of inter-organism interactions in biofouling on microtopographic surfaces
    Trinh X. Hoang, Ha T. H. Mai, Anthony B. Brennan & Ly Le
    Biofouling 35, 684-695 (2019)
  6. Local symmetry determines the phases of linear chains: a simple model for the self-assembly of peptides
    Tatjana Skrbic, Trinh Xuan Hoang, Amos Maritan, Jayanth R. Banavar and Achille Giacometti
    Soft Matter 15, 5596-5613 (2019)
  7. Theoretical Model for the Structural Relaxation Time in Coamorphous Drugs
    Anh D. Phan, Justyna Knapik-Kowalczuk, Marian Paluch, Trinh X. Hoang, and Katsunori Wakabayashi
    Molecular Pharmaceutics 16, 2992−2998 (2019)
  8. The pH-dependent electrostatic interaction of a metal nanoparticle with the MS2 virus-like particles
    Anh D. Phan, Trinh X. Hoang
    Chemical Physics Letters 730, 84-88 (2019)
  9. The elixir phase of chain molecules
    Tatjana Škrbić, Trinh X. Hoang, Amos Maritan, Jayanth R. Banavar, Achille Giacometti
    Proteins: Structure, Function and Bioinformatics 87, 176-184 (2019)
  10. Protein escape at the ribosomal exit tunnel: Effects of native interactions, tunnel length, and macromolecular crowding
    Phuong Thuy Bui, and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Journal of Chemical Physics 149, 045102 (2018)
  11. Sequence dependent aggregation of peptides and fibril formation
    Nguyen Ba Hung, Duy-Manh Le, and Trinh X. Hoang
    Journal of Chemical Physics 147, 105102 (2017)
  12. Effective stiffness and formation of secondary structures in a protein-like model
    Tatjana Škrbić, Trinh X. Hoang, and Achille Giacometti
    Journal of Chemical Physics 145, 084904 (2016)
  13. Transport properties through graphene grain boundaries: strain effects versus lattice symmetry
    V. Hung Nguyen, Trinh X. Hoang, P. Dollfus and J.-C. Charlier
    Nanoscale 8, 11658 (2016)
  14. From polymers to proteins: the effect of side chains and broken symmetry on the formation of secondary structures within a Wang–Landau approach
    Tatjana Skrbic, Artem Badasyan, Trinh Xuan Hoang, Rudolf Podgornik and Achille Giacometti
    Soft Matter 12, 4783 (2016)
  15. Folding and escape of nascent proteins at ribosomal exit tunnel
    Phuong Thuy Bui and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Journal of Chemical Physics 144, 095102 (2016)
  16. Phase diagram of the ground states of DNA condensates
    Trinh X. Hoang, Hoa Lan Trinh, Achille Giacometti, Rudolf Podgornik, Jayanth R. Banavar, and Amos Maritan
    Physical Review E (Rapid Communications) 92, 060701(R) (2015)
  17. From toroidal to rod-like condensates of semiflexible polymers
    Trinh Xuan Hoang, Achille Giacometti, Rudolf Podgornik, Nhung T. T. Nguyen, Jayanth R. Banavar, and Amos Maritan
    JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL PHYSICS 140, 064902 (2014)
  18. Repulsive interactions of a lipid membrane with graphene in composite materials
    Anh D. Phan, Trinh X. Hoang, The-Long Phan, and Lilia M. Woods
    Journal of Chemical Physics 139, 184703 (2013)
  19. Surface plasmon resonances of protein-conjugated gold nanoparticles on graphitic substrates
    Anh D. Phan, Trinh X. Hoang, Thi H. L. Nghiem, and Lilia M. Woods
    Applied Physics Letters 103, 163702 (2013)
  20. Sequence repeats and protein structure
    Trinh X. Hoang, Antonio Trovato, Flavio Seno, Jayanth R. Banavar, and Amos Maritan
    Phys. Rev. E (Rapid Communications) 86, 050901(R) (2012)
  21. Shapes of hydrophobic thick membranes
    Trinh X. Hoang, Jayanth R. Banavar and Amos Maritan
    EPL 98, 56006 (2012)   [Editor's choice]
  22. Protein Sequence and Structure: Is One More Fundamental than the Other?
    Jayanth R. Banavar, T. X. Hoang, F. Seno, A. Trovato, A. Maritan
    Journal of Statistical Physics 148, 636 (2012)
  23. First-principles design of nanomachines
    J. R. Banavar, M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, A. Maritan
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 106, 6900-6903 (2009)
  24. Inference of the solvation energy parameters of amino acids using maximum entropy approach
    T. X. Hoang, F. Seno, A. Trovato, J. R. Banavar, A. Maritan
    Journal of Chemical Physics 129, 035102 (2008)
  25. Symmetry, shape and order
    A.Trovato, T. X. Hoang, J. R. Banavar, and A. Maritan
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104, 19187 (2007)
  26. Structural motifs of biomolecules
    J. R. Banavar, T. X. Hoang, J. H. Maddocks, A. Maritan, C. Poletto, A. Stasiak, and A. Trovato
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 104, 17283 (2007)
  27. Marginal compactness of protein native structures
    T. X. Hoang, A. Trovato, F. Seno, J. R. Banavar and A. Maritan
    J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 18, S297 - S306 (2006)
  28. Common attributes of native-state structures of proteins, disordered proteins, and amyloid
    T. X. Hoang, L. Marsella, A. Trovato, F. Seno, J. R. Banavar, A. Maritan
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 130, 6883-6888 (2006)
  29. Geometry of proteins: Hydrogen bonding, sterics, and marginally compact tubes
    J. R. Banavar, M. Cieplak, A. Flammini, T. X. Hoang, R. D. Kamien, T. Lezon, D. Marenduzzo, A. Maritan, F. Seno, Y. Snir and A. Trovato
    Phys. Rev. E 73, 031921 (2006)
  30. Form of growing strings
    D. Marenduzzo, T. X. Hoang, F. Seno, M. Vendruscolo and A. Maritan
    Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 098103 (2005)
  31. Mechanical properties of the domains of titin in a Go-like model
    M. Cieplak, A. Pastore and T. X. Hoang
    J. Chem. Phys. 112, 05906 (2005)
  32. A new interpolation formula for semiflexible polymers
    A. Rosa, T. X. Hoang, D. Marenduzzo and A. Maritan
    Biophys. Chem. 115, 251-254 (2005)
  33. Geometrical model for the native-state folds of proteins
    T. X. Hoang, A. Trovato, F. Seno, J. R. Banavar and A. Maritan
    Biophys. Chem. 115, 289-294 (2005)
  34. What determines the structures of native folds of proteins?
    A. Trovato, T. X. Hoang, J. R. Banavar, A. Maritan and F. Seno
    J. Phys.: Cond. Matt. 17, S1515-S1522 (2005)
  35. Protein and polymers
    J. R. Banavar, T. X. Hoang and A. Maritan
    J. Chem. Phys. 112, 234910 (2005)
  36. Stretching of proteins in the entropic limit
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, and M. O. Robbins
    Phys. Rev. E 69, 011912 (2004)
  37. Thermal Effects in Stretching of Go-like Models of Titin and Secondary Structures
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, and M. O. Robbins
    Proteins 56, 285-297 (2004)
  38. Stretching of homopolymers and contact order
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, and M. O. Robbins
    Phys. Rev. E 70, 011917 (2004)
  39. Unified perspective on proteins: A physics approach
    J.R. Banavar, T.X. Hoang, A. Maritan, F. Seno, and A. Trovato
    Phys. Rev. E 70, 041905 (2004)
  40. Geometry and symmetry pre-sculpt the free energy landscape of proteins
    T. X. Hoang, A. Trovato, F. Seno, J. R. Banavar, and A. Maritan
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. 101, 7960 (2004)
  41. Elasticity of semiflexible polymers with and without interactions
    A. Rosa, T. X. Hoang, D. Marenduzzo and A. Maritan
    Macromolecules 36, 10095-10102 (2003)
  42. Folding of proteins in Go models with angular interactions
    M. Cieplak, T.X. Hoang
    Physica A 330, 195 (2003)
  43. Assembly of protein tertiary structures from secondary structures using optimized potentials
    T. X. Hoang, F. Seno, J.R. Banavar, M. Cieplak, A. Maritan
    Proteins: Struct. Func. Gen. 52, 155 (2003)
  44. Universality classes in protein folding times
    M. Cieplak and T. X. Hoang
    Biophysical Journal 84, 475 (2003)
  45. Folding and stretching in a Go-like model of titin
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, M. O. Robbins
    Proteins: Struct. Func. Gen. 49, 114-124 (2002)
  46. Thermal folding and mechanical unfolding pathways of protein secondary structures
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, M. O. Robbins
    Proteins: Struct. Func. Gen. 49, 104-113 (2002)
  47. Prediction of protein secondary structures from conformational biases
    T. X. Hoang, M. Cieplak, J. R. Banavar, A. Maritan
    Proteins: Struct. Func. Gen. 48, 558-565 (2002)
  48. The range of contact interactions and the kinetics of the Go models of proteins
    M. Cieplak and T. X. Hoang
    International Journal of Modern Physics C 13, 1231-1242 (2002)
  49. Folding pathways of prion and doppel
    G. Settanni, T. X. Hoang, C. Micheletti, A. Maritan
    Biophysical Journal 83, 3533-3541 (2002)
  50. Kinetic nonoptimality and vibrational stability of proteins
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang
    Proteins: Struct. Func. Gen. 44, 20-25 (2001)
  51. Spin analogues of proteins: scaling of ‘folding’ properties
    T. X. Hoang, N. Sushko, M. S. Li, M. Cieplak
    J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 33, 3977-3987 (2000)
  52. Sequencing of folding events in Go-type proteins
    T. X. Hoang, M. Cieplak
    Journal of Chemical Physics 113, 8319-8328 (2000)
  53. Molecular dynamics of folding of secondary structures in Go-type models of proteins
    T. X. Hoang, M. Cieplak
    Journal of Chemical Physics 112, 6851-6862 (2000)
  54. Scaling of folding properties in Go models of proteins
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang
    Journal of Biological Physics 26, 273-294 (2000)
  55. Energy landscapes, supergraphs, and ‘‘folding funnels’’ in spin systems
    P. Garstecki, T. X. Hoang, M. Cieplak
    Physical Review E 60, 3219-3226 (1999)
  56. Scaling of folding properties in simple models of proteins
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang, M. S. Li
    Physical Review Letters 83, 1684-1687 (1999)
  57. Coarse grained description of protein folding
    M. Cieplak, T. X. Hoang
    Phys. Rev. E 58, 3589-3596 (1998)
  58. Protein folding and models of dynamics on the lattice
    T. X. Hoang, M. Cieplak
    J. Chem. Phys. 109, 9192-9196 (1998)

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  1. Aggregation of zoospores on sharklet microtopographic surfaces
    Nhung T. T. Nguyen and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Communications in Physics 31, 279-287 (2021)
  2. Protein escape at an atomistic model of the ribosomal exit tunnel
    Phuong Thuy Bui and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series 1506, 012022 (2020)
  3. SAMPLING THE FOLDING TRANSITION STATE ENSEMBLE IN A TUBE-LIKE MODEL OF PROTEIN
    Nguyen Ba Hung, Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Communications in Physics 29, 129-139 (2019)
  4. ADDITIVE EFFECTS OF MACROMOLECULAR CROWDING AND CONFINEMENT ON PROTEIN STABILITY
    Phuong Thuy Bui and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Communications in Physics 28, 351-360 (2018)
  5. In silico studies for the interaction of tumor necrosis factor-alpha (TNF-α) with different saponins from Vietnamese ginseng (Panax vietnamesis)
    Oanh T. P. Kim, Manh D. Le, Hoang X. Trinh and Hai V. Nong
    Biophysics and Physicobiology 13, 173-180 (2016)
  6. Cascaded plasmon resonant field enhancement in protein-conjugated gold nanoparticles: Role of protein shell
    Anh D. Phan, Trinh X. Hoang
    Journal of Science: Advanced Materials and Devices 1, 61-64 (2016)
  7. Aggregation of peptides in the tube model with correlated sidechain orientations
    Nguyen Ba Hung and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series 627, 012028 (2015)
  8. Effects of macromolecular crowding on protein folding
    Bui Phuong Thuy, Hoang Thi Thu Huong and Trinh X Hoang
    Journal of Physics: Conference Series 627, 012027 (2015)
  9. Folding of proteins in presculpted free energy landscape
    Nguyen Ba Hung, Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Communications in Physics 23, 313-320 (2013)
  10. Effects of ribosomal exit tunnel on protein
    Bui Phuong Thuy and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Communications in Physics 23, 219-225 (2013)
  11. Evolution of protein-protein interaction networks in duplication-divergence model
    Bui Phuong Thuy and Trinh Xuan Hoang
    Communications in Physics 22, 7-14 (2012)