Xiangze Zeng
Xiangze Zeng
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Stapling of unprotected helical peptides via photo-induced intramolecular thiol–yne hydrothiolation
Y Tian, J Li, H Zhao, X Zeng, D Wang, Q Liu, X Niu, X Huang, N Xu, Z Li
Chemical science 7 (5), 3325-3330, 2016
582016
Achieving enhanced cell penetration of short conformationally constrained peptides through amphiphilicity tuning
Y Tian#, X Zeng#, J Li#, Y Jiang, H Zhao, D Wang, X Huang, Z Li
Chemical science 8 (11), 7576-7581, 2017
292017
Connecting coil-to-globule transitions to full phase diagrams for intrinsically disordered proteins
X Zeng, AS Holehouse, A Chilkoti, T Mittag, RV Pappu
Biophysical journal 119 (2), 402-418, 2020
172020
Elucidation of the conformational dynamics of multi-body systems by construction of Markov state models
L Zhu, FK Sheong, X Zeng, X Huang
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (44), 30228-30235, 2016
152016
Kinetics-Controlled Amphiphile Self-Assembly Processes
X Zheng, L Zhu, X Zeng, L Meng, L Zhang, D Wang, X Huang
The journal of physical chemistry letters 8 (8), 1798-1803, 2017
122017
Elucidating dominant pathways of the nano-particle self-assembly process
X Zeng, B Li, Q Qiao, L Zhu, ZY Lu, X Huang
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 18 (34), 23494-23499, 2016
92016
Controlling the integration of polyvinylpyrrolidone onto substrate by quartz crystal microbalance with dissipation to achieve excellent protein resistance and detoxification
J Zheng, L Wang, X Zeng, X Zheng, Y Zhang, S Liu, X Shi, Y Wang, ...
ACS applied materials & interfaces 8 (29), 18684-18692, 2016
82016
Harnessing Complexity in Molecular Self-Assembly by Computer Simulations
X Zeng, L Zhu, X Zheng, M Cecchini, X Huang
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (10), 6767-6776, 2018
72018
Path lumping: an efficient algorithm to identify metastable path channels for conformational dynamics of multi-body systems
L Meng, FK Sheong, X Zeng, L Zhu, X Huang
The Journal of chemical physics 147 (4), 044112, 2017
72017
Mechanistic insights and rational design of a versatile surface with cells/bacteria recognition capability via orientated fusion peptides
L Wang, J Chen, X Zeng, PPH Cheung, X Zheng, L Xie, X Shi, L Ren, ...
Advanced Science 6 (9), 1801827, 2019
62019
A High Throughput Method for Exploring the Sequence Space of Polypeptides That Exhibit Thermoresponsive Phase Behavior
X Zeng, MJ Fossat, N Tang, A Chilkoti, RV Pappu
Biophysical Journal 116 (3), 200a, 2019
52019
Modular functionalization of crystalline graphene by recombinant proteins: a nanoplatform for probing biomolecules
A Tyagi, X Liu, IH Abidi, Z Gao, BM Park, X Zeng, X Ou, AA Cagang, ...
Nanoscale 10 (47), 22572-22582, 2018
32018
Design of intrinsically disordered proteins that undergo phase transitions with lower critical solution temperatures
X Zeng, C Liu, MJ Fossat, P Ren, A Chilkoti, RV Pappu
APL Materials 9 (2), 021119, 2021
22021
Combined theoretical and computational approach for calculating sequence-specific phase diagrams of thermoresponsive intrinsically disordered homopolypeptides
X Zeng, RV Pappu
Biophysical Journal 118 (3), 304a, 2020
22020
Improving the Productivity of Monodisperse Polyhedral Cages by Rational Design of Kinetic Self-assembly Pathways
X Zeng, Z Li, X Zheng, L Zhu, ZY Sun, ZY Lu, X Huang
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 20 (15), 10030-10037, 2018
12018
Uncovering Differences in Hydration Free Energies for Model Compound Mimics of Charged Sidechains of Amino Acids
MJ Fossat#, X Zeng#, RV Pappu
The Journal of Physical Chemistry B 125 (16), 4148–4161, 2021
2021
Asymmetries in Free Energies of Solvation of Charged Residues Influence the Conformational Preferences of Well-Mixed Polyampholytic Disordered Proteins
X Zeng, MJ Fossat, RV Pappu
Biophysical Journal 120 (3), 310a, 2021
2021
Multiscale simulation and kinetic network model analysis of the self-assembly of amphiphilic systems
X Zheng#, X Zeng#, Z Li
SCIENTIA SINICA Chimica 50 (9), 1118-1131, 2020
2020
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