Wonpil Im
Wonpil Im
Presidential Endowed Chair and Professor of Biological Sciences and Chemistry, Lehigh University
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CHARMM: the biomolecular simulation program
BR Brooks, CL Brooks III, AD Mackerell Jr, L Nilsson, RJ Petrella, B Roux, ...
Journal of computational chemistry 30 (10), 1545-1614, 2009
57052009
CHARMM‐GUI: a web‐based graphical user interface for CHARMM
S Jo, T Kim, VG Iyer, W Im
Journal of computational chemistry 29 (11), 1859-1865, 2008
20312008
CHARMM-GUI Membrane Builder for mixed bilayers and its application to yeast membranes
S Jo, JB Lim, JB Klauda, W Im
Biophysical journal 97 (1), 50-58, 2009
8152009
CHARMM-GUI input generator for NAMD, GROMACS, AMBER, OpenMM, and CHARMM/OpenMM simulations using the CHARMM36 additive force field
J Lee, X Cheng, JM Swails, MS Yeom, PK Eastman, JA Lemkul, S Wei, ...
Journal of chemical theory and computation 12 (1), 405-413, 2016
7472016
CHARMM‐GUI Membrane Builder toward realistic biological membrane simulations
EL Wu, X Cheng, S Jo, H Rui, KC Song, EM Dávila‐Contreras, Y Qi, J Lee, ...
Journal of computational chemistry 35 (27), 1997-2004, 2014
7312014
Generalized born model with a simple smoothing function
W Im, MS Lee, CL Brooks III
Journal of computational chemistry 24 (14), 1691-1702, 2003
6762003
Performance comparison of generalized born and Poisson methods in the calculation of electrostatic solvation energies for protein structures
M Feig, A Onufriev, MS Lee, W Im, DA Case, CL Brooks III
Journal of computational chemistry 25 (2), 265-284, 2004
5902004
Automated builder and database of protein/membrane complexes for molecular dynamics simulations
S Jo, T Kim, W Im
PloS one 2 (9), e880, 2007
5562007
Continuum solvation model: computation of electrostatic forces from numerical solutions to the Poisson-Boltzmann equation
W Im, D Beglov, B Roux
Computer physics communications 111 (1-3), 59-75, 1998
5561998
An implicit membrane generalized born theory for the study of structure, stability, and interactions of membrane proteins
W Im, M Feig, CL Brooks III
Biophysical journal 85 (5), 2900-2918, 2003
4162003
Theoretical and computational models of biological ion channels
B Roux, T Allen, S Berneche, W Im
Quarterly reviews of biophysics 37 (1), 15-103, 2004
4072004
Ion permeation and selectivity of OmpF porin: a theoretical study based on molecular dynamics, Brownian dynamics, and continuum electrodiffusion theory
W Im, B Roux
Journal of molecular biology 322 (4), 851-869, 2002
3882002
Balancing solvation and intramolecular interactions: toward a consistent generalized Born force field
J Chen, W Im, CL Brooks
Journal of the American Chemical Society 128 (11), 3728-3736, 2006
3452006
Ions and counterions in a biological channel: a molecular dynamics simulation of OmpF porin from Escherichia coli in an explicit membrane with 1 M KCl aqueous salt solution
W Im, B Roux
Journal of molecular biology 319 (5), 1177-1197, 2002
2872002
Generalized solvent boundary potential for computer simulations
W Im, S Berneche, B Roux
The Journal of Chemical Physics 114 (7), 2924-2937, 2001
2532001
A grand canonical Monte Carlo–Brownian dynamics algorithm for simulating ion channels
W Im, S Seefeld, B Roux
Biophysical Journal 79 (2), 788-801, 2000
2522000
Ion permeation through the α-hemolysin channel: theoretical studies based on Brownian dynamics and Poisson-Nernst-Plank electrodiffusion theory
SY Noskov, W Im, B Roux
Biophysical Journal 87 (4), 2299-2309, 2004
2212004
Ion channels, permeation, and electrostatics: insight into the function of KcsA
B Roux, S Berneche, W Im
Biochemistry 39 (44), 13295-13306, 2000
188*2000
PBEQ-Solver for online visualization of electrostatic potential of biomolecules
S Jo, M Vargyas, J Vasko-Szedlar, B Roux, W Im
Nucleic acids research 36 (suppl_2), W270-W275, 2008
1872008
Interfacial folding and membrane insertion of designed peptides studied by molecular dynamics simulations
W Im, CL Brooks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (19), 6771-6776, 2005
1712005
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