Aleksei Aksimentiev

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Biophysics

2016

Christopher Maffeo, Jejoong Yoo, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2016): De Novo Reconstruction of DNA Origami Structures Through Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulation, Nucleic Acids Res, Oxford University Press (OUP), Vol 44, Num 7, pp3013--3019
Maxim Belkin, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2016): Molecular Dynamics Simulation of DNA Capture and Transport in Heated Nanopores, ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, American Chemical Society (ACS), Vol 8, Num 20, pp12599--12608
S. Slone, J. Yoo, C.-Y. Li, and A. Aksimentiev (2016): Molecular Mechanics of DNA Bricks: In Situ Structure, Mechanical Properties and Ionic Conductivity, New Journal of Physics, IOP Publishing Ltd and Deutsche Physikalische Gesellschaft, Vol 18, Num 5, pp055012

2015

A. Aksimentiev (2015): Presentation: DNA Ion Channels, Telluride Science Workshop on Ion Channel Biophysics, Telluride, CO
A. Aksimentiev (2015): Presentation: Molecular Dynamics of DNA Origami (2015), NCSA Blue Waters Symposium for Petascale Science and Beyond, Sunriver, Oregon
A. Aksimentiev (2015): Presentation: Nanopore Sequencing: State of the Art and Future Directions, 5th Annual Next Generation Sequencing Asia Congress, Singapore
C. Maffeo, J. Yoo, and A. Aksimentiev (2015): Poster: De Novo Prediction of DNA Origami Structure Through Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Simulation, DNA21: 21st Interna-tional Conference on DNA Computing and Molecular Programming, Boston, MA
C.-Y. Li (2015): Presentation: Ionic Conductivity, Structural Deformation, and Programmable Anisotropy of DNA Origami in Electric Field, FNANO2015, Snowbird, Utah
Chen-Yu Li, Elisa A. Hemmig, Jinglin Kong, Jejoong Yoo, Silvia Hernández-Ainsa, Ulrich F. Keyser, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2015): Ionic Conductivity, Structural Deformation, and Programmable Anisotropy of DNA Origami in Electric Field, ACS Nano, American Chemical Society (ACS), Vol 9, Num 2, pp1420--1433
Jejoong Yoo, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2015): Molecular Dynamics of Membrane-Spanning DNA Channels: Conductance Mechanism, Electro-Osmotic Transport, and Mechanical Gating, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., American Chemical Society (ACS), Vol 6, Num 23, pp4680--4687
Maxim Belkin, Shu-Han Chao, Magnus P. Jonsson, Cees Dekker, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2015): Plasmonic Nanopores for Trapping, Controlling Displacement, and Sequencing of DNA, ACS Nano, American Chemical Society (ACS), Vol 9, Num 11, pp10598--10611
Yue-xiao Shen, Wen Si, Mustafa Erbakan, Karl Decker, Rita De Zorzi, Patrick O. Saboe, You Jung Kang, Sheereen Majd, Peter J. Butler, Thomas Walz, Aleksei Aksimentiev, Jun-li Hou, and Manish Kumar (2015): Highly Permeable Artificial Water Channels That Can Self-Assemble Into Two-Dimensional Arrays, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, Vol 112, Num 32, pp9810--9815

2014

Chen-Yu Li, Jejoong Yoo, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2014): Ion Conductivity, Structural Dynamics and the Effective Force in DNA Origami Nanopores, Biophysical Journal, Elsevier BV, Vol 106, Num 2, pp414a
A. Aksimentiev (2014): Presentation: Engineering DNA Origami Through Microscopic Sim-ulations, Workshop on Origami Engineering, Urbana, IL
A. Aksimentiev (2014): Presentation: Meeting Materials Challenges in Nanopore Sequencing of DNA, CECAM workshop “Simulations of biomolecular interactions with inorganic and organic surfaces as a challenge for future nanotechnologies”, Toulouse, France
A. Aksimentiev (2014): Presentation: Modeling Nanopores for Sequencing DNA, Gordon Research Conference on Biointerface Science, Lucca, Italy
A. Aksimentiev (2014): Presentation: Molecular Dynamics of DNA Origami, Foundations of Nanoscience: Self-Assembled Architectures and Devices (FNANO14), Snowbird, Utah
A. Aksimentiev (2014): Presentation: New Approaches to Sequencing DNA Using a Nanopore, 2014 Pioneer workshop on nanopore and nanofluidics “Physics and application as Biodevices”, Osaka, Japan
A. Aksimentiev (2014): Presentation: Reinventing a DNA Sequence Reader, Distinguished Lecture Series “Nanotechnologies through Materials Innovation”, Boston, MA
C.-Y. Li, J. Yoo, and A. Aksimentiev (2014): Poster: Ion Conductivity, Structural Dynamics and the Effective Force in DNA Origami Nanopores, 58th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical-Society, San Francisco, CA
C Maffeo, J Yoo, J Comer, D B Wells, B Luan, and A Aksimentiev (2014): Close Encounters with DNA, Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter, IOP Publishing, Vol 26, Num 41, pp413101
Manish Shankla, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2014): Conformational Transitions and Stop-and-Go Nanopore Transport of Single-Stranded DNA on Charged Graphene, Nature Communications, Nature Publishing Group, Vol 5, pp5171
Maxim Belkin, Shu-Han Chao, Gino Giannetti, and Aleksei Aksimentiev (2014): Modeling Thermophoretic Effects in Solid-State Nanopores, J Comput Electron, Springer Science + Business Media, Vol 13, Num 4, pp826--838
Shouvik Banerjee, James Wilson, Jiwook Shim, Manish Shankla, Elise A. Corbin, Aleksei Aksimentiev, and Rashid Bashir (2014): Slowing DNA Transport Using Graphene-DNA Interactions, Adv. Funct. Mater., Wiley-Blackwell, Vol 25, Num 6, pp936--946
Spencer Carson, James Wilson, Aleksei Aksimentiev, and Meni Wanunu (2014): Smooth DNA Transport Through a Narrowed Pore Geometry, Biophysical Journal, Elsevier BV, Vol 107, Num 10, pp2381--2393