Margaret E. Johnson, Ph.D.

Biophysics Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD 
Theoretical Biophysics
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Gerhard Hummer grad student NIH (NIDDK)
Teresa Head-Gordon grad student 2004-2009 Johns Hopkins
 (Understanding the interplay of structure and dynamics in liquids using coarse-grained models and experiment.)
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Varga MJ, Fu Y, Loggia S, et al. (2020) NERDSS: A Nonequilibrium Simulator for Multibody Self-Assembly at the Cellular Scale. Biophysical Journal
Fu Y, Yogurtcu ON, Kothari R, et al. (2019) An implicit lipid model for efficient reaction-diffusion simulations of protein binding to surfaces of arbitrary topology. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 151: 124115
Yogurtcu ON, Johnson ME. (2018) Cytosolic proteins can exploit membrane localization to trigger functional assembly. Plos Computational Biology. 14: e1006031
Yogurtcu ON, Johnson ME. (2015) Theory of bi-molecular association dynamics in 2D for accurate model and experimental parameterization of binding rates. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 143: 084117
Johnson ME, Hummer G. (2014) Free-Propagator Reweighting Integrator for Single-Particle Dynamics in Reaction-Diffusion Models of Heterogeneous Protein-Protein Interaction Systems. Physical Review. X. 4
Johnson ME, Hummer G. (2013) Evolutionary pressure on the topology of protein interface interaction networks. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 117: 13098-106
Johnson ME, Hummer G. (2013) Interface-resolved network of protein-protein interactions. Plos Computational Biology. 9: e1003065
Johnson ME, Hummer G. (2012) Characterization of a dynamic string method for the construction of transition pathways in molecular reactions. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 116: 8573-83
Johnson ME, Hummer G. (2011) Nonspecific binding limits the number of proteins in a cell and shapes their interaction networks. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: 603-8
Ponder JW, Wu C, Ren P, et al. (2010) Current status of the AMOEBA polarizable force field. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 114: 2549-64
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