David Sean
David Sean
University of Ottawa
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TitleCited byYear
Modeling the separation of macromolecules: A review of current computer simulation methods
GW Slater, C Holm, MV Chubynsky, HW de Haan, A Dubé, K Grass, ...
Electrophoresis 30 (5), 792-818, 2009
1292009
Interfacing solid‐state nanopores with gel media to slow DNA translocations
M Waugh, A Carlsen, D Sean, GW Slater, K Briggs, H Kwok, ...
Electrophoresis 36 (15), 1759-1767, 2015
222015
Translocation of a polymer through a nanopore starting from a confining nanotube
D Sean, HW de Haan, GW Slater
Electrophoresis 36 (5), 682-691, 2015
192015
Using a Péclet number for the translocation of a polymer through a nanopore to tune coarse-grained simulations to experimental conditions
HW de Haan, D Sean, GW Slater
Physical Review E 91 (2), 022601, 2015
172015
Free Energy of a Polymer in Slit-like Confinement from the Odijk Regime to the Bulk
JS Leith, A Kamanzi, D Sean, D Berard, AC Guthrie, CMJ McFaul, ...
Macromolecules 49 (23), 9266-9271, 2016
92016
Highly driven polymer translocation from a cylindrical cavity with a finite length
D Sean, GW Slater
The Journal of chemical physics 146 (5), 054903, 2017
72017
Physical confinement signals regulate the organization of stem cells in three dimensions
SV Hadjiantoniou, D Sean, M Ignacio, M Godin, GW Slater, AE Pelling
Journal of The Royal Society Interface 13 (123), 20160613, 2016
62016
Computer Simulations of Static and Dynamical Properties of Weak Polyelectrolyte Nanogels in Salty Solutions
D Sean, J Landsgesell, C Holm
Gels 4 (1), 2, 2018
52018
Electrophoretic mobility of partially denatured DNA in a gel: Qualitative and semiquantitative differences between bubbles and split ends
D Sean, GW Slater
Electrophoresis 33 (9‐10), 1341-1348, 2012
52012
ESPResSo 4.0–an extensible software package for simulating soft matter systems
F Weik, R Weeber, K Szuttor, K Breitsprecher, J de Graaf, M Kuron, ...
The European Physical Journal Special Topics 227 (14), 1789-1816, 2019
42019
Rotation-induced macromolecular spooling of DNA
TN Shendruk, D Sean, D Berard, J Wolf, J Dragoman, S Battat, GW Slater, ...
Physical Review X 7 (3), 031005, 2017
32017
Physical interpretation of the Lr parameter in the theory for the gel electrophoresis of partially denatured DNA
D Sean, GW Slater
Electrophoresis 31 (20), 3446-3449, 2010
32010
Simulations of ionization equilibria in weak polyelectrolyte solutions and gels
J Landsgesell, L Nová, O Rud, F Uhlík, D Sean, P Hebbeker, C Holm, ...
Soft matter 15 (6), 1155-1185, 2019
22019
Gel electrophoresis of DNA partially denatured at the ends: What are the dominant conformations?
D Sean, GW Slater
Electrophoresis 34 (5), 745-752, 2013
22013
Modeling Gel Swelling Equilibrium in the Mean Field: From Explicit to Poisson-Boltzmann Models
J Landsgesell, D Sean, P Kreissl, K Szuttor, C Holm
Physical review letters 122 (20), 208002, 2019
12019
Langevin dynamcis simulations of driven polymer translocation into a cross‐linked gel
D Sean, GW Slater
Electrophoresis 38 (5), 653-658, 2017
12017
Modeling Gel Swelling Equilibrium in Mean-Field: From explicit Models to Poisson-Boltzmann
J Landsgesell, D Sean, P Kreissl, K Szuttor, C Holm
arXiv preprint arXiv:1905.04960, 2019
2019
Influence of weak groups on polyelectrolyte mobilities
D Sean, J Landsgesell, C Holm
Electrophoresis 40 (5), 799-809, 2019
2019
Reducing the variance in the translocation times by stretching the polymer
HW de Haan, D Sean, GW Slater
Physical Review E 98 (2), 022501, 2018
2018
Pulling a prestretched polymer through a nanopore: comparison with the Tension-Propagation theory of translocation
D Sean, HW de Haan, GW Slater
Highly driven polymer translocation in the presence of external constraints …, 2017
2017
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