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Ordering effects of cholesterol and its analogues
T Róg, M Pasenkiewicz-Gierula, I Vattulainen, M Karttunen
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)-Biomembranes 1788 (1), 97-121, 2009
Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Lipid Bilayers: Major Artifacts Due to Truncating Electrostatic Interactions.
M Patra, M Karttunen, MT Hyvonen, E Falck, P Lindqvist, I Vattulainen
Biophysical Journal 84 (6), 3636-3645, 2003
Under the influence of alcohol: the effect of ethanol and methanol on lipid bilayers
M Patra, E Salonen, E Terama, I Vattulainen, R Faller, BW Lee, ...
Biophysical journal 90 (4), 1121-1135, 2006
Lessons of slicing membranes: interplay of packing, free area, and lateral diffusion in phospholipid/cholesterol bilayers
E Falck, M Patra, M Karttunen, MT Hyvönen, I Vattulainen
Biophysical journal 87 (2), 1076-1091, 2004
Assessing the nature of lipid raft membranes
PS Niemelä, S Ollila, MT Hyvönen, M Karttunen, I Vattulainen
PLoS Comput Biol 3 (2), e34, 2007
Multiscale modeling of emergent materials: biological and soft matter
T Murtola, A Bunker, I Vattulainen, M Deserno, M Karttunen
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11 (12), 1869-1892, 2009
How would you integrate the equations of motion in dissipative particle dynamics simulations?
P Nikunen, M Karttunen, I Vattulainen
Computer Physics Communications 153 (3), 407-423, 2003
Stable Porphyrin-Phospholipid Doped Liposomes Permeabilized by Near Infrared Light
K Carter, S Shao, MI Hoopes, W Song, H Huang, G Zhang, B Asan, ...
Nature Communications, 2014
Lipid bilayers driven to a wrong lane in molecular dynamics simulations by subtle changes in long-range electrostatic interactions
M Patra, M Karttunen, MT Hyvönen, E Falck, I Vattulainen
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 108 (14), 4485-4494, 2004
Integration schemes for dissipative particle dynamics simulations: From softly interacting systems towards hybrid models
I Vattulainen, M Karttunen, G Besold, JM Polson
The Journal of chemical physics 116 (10), 3967-3979, 2002
Systematic comparison of force fields for microscopic simulations of NaCl in aqueous solutions: diffusion, free energy of hydration, and structural properties
M Patra, M Karttunen
Journal of computational chemistry 25 (5), 678-689, 2004
Ionic Surfactant Aggregates in Saline Solutions: Sodium Dodecyl Sulfate (SDS) in the Presence of Excess Sodium Chloride (NaCl) or Calcium Chloride (CaCl2)
M Sammalkorpi, M Karttunen, M Haataja
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 113 (17), 5863-5870, 2009
Classical Electrostatics for Biomolecular Simulations
GA Cisneros, M Karttunen, P Ren, C Sagui
Chemical Reviews 114, 779, 2014
Structural properties of ionic detergent aggregates: a large-scale molecular dynamics study of sodium dodecyl sulfate
M Sammalkorpi, M Karttunen, M Haataja
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 111 (40), 11722-11733, 2007
Atomic-Scale Structure and Electrostatics of Anionic Palmitoyloleoylphosphatidylglycerol Lipid Bilayers with Na+ Counterions.
W Zhao, T Rog, AA Gurtovenko, I Vattulainen, M Karttunen
Biophysical Journal 92 (4), 1114-1124, 2007
Cationic DMPC/DMTAP lipid bilayers: molecular dynamics study
AA Gurtovenko, M Patra, M Karttunen, I Vattulainen
Biophysical journal 86 (6), 3461-3472, 2004
Comparison of Secondary Structure Formation Using 10 Different Force Fields in Microsecond Molecular Dynamics Simulations
EA Cino, WY Choy, M Karttunen
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 8 (8), 2725-2740, 2012
Coarse-grained model for phospholipid/cholesterol bilayer
T Murtola, E Falck, M Patra, M Karttunen, I Vattulainen
The Journal of chemical physics 121 (18), 9156-9165, 2004
Towards better integrators for dissipative particle dynamics simulations
G Besold, I Vattulainen, M Karttunen, JM Polson
Physical Review E 62 (6), R7611, 2000
Significance of sterol structural specificity desmosterol cannot replace cholesterol in lipid rafts
S Vainio, M Jansen, M Koivusalo, T Róg, M Karttunen, I Vattulainen, ...
Journal of Biological Chemistry 281 (1), 348-355, 2006
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