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PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS

by

Anatoly B. Kolomeisky

THESES
  • M.Sc.
    Investigation of the Process of Synthesis of YBa2Cu3O6+x High-Tc Ceramics in the Presence of Silver (Moscow, 1991).
  • Ph.D.
    One-Dimensional Nonequilibrium Stochastic Models, Interface Models, and Their Applications (Cornell University, 1998)


BOOKS

1. "Motor Proteins and Molecular Motors," (A.B.K.), CRC Press, Francis and Taylor, 2015.

BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Discrete-State Stochastic Models of Single-Molecule Motor Protein Dynamics (A.B.K.), in "Theory and Evaluation of Single-Molecule Signals" Ed.: E. Barkai, F. Brown, M. Orrit, H. Yang, World Scientific, 2008.

2. Molecular Motor Dynamics, Modeling (A.B.K.), in "Encyclopedia of Applied and Computational Mathematics," Springer-Verlag, 2012.

3. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Meembranes (A.B.K.), in "Computational Modeling of Biological Systems: From Molecules to Pathways," Ed.: N. Dokholyan, Springer-Verlag, 2012.

INVITED REVIEW ARTICLES

  1. Molecular Motors: A Theorists's Perspective (A.B.K and M.E. Fisher), Annual Reviews of Physical Chemistry 58, 675-695 (2007). PDF-download
  2. Through the Eye of the Needle: Recent Advances in Understanding Biopolymer Translocation (D. Panja, G.T. Barkema and A.B.K.), J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 25, 413101 (2013). PDF-download
  3. Motor Proteins and Molecular Motors: How to Operate Machines at the Nanoscale (A.B.K.), J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 25, 463101 (2013). PDF-download

PUBLICATIONS

  1. Replica-Scaling Analysis of Diffusion in Quenched Correlated Random Media (A.B.K. and E.B.Kolomeisky), Phys. Rev. A (Rapid Communication), 45(8), R5327-5330 (1992). PDF-download
  2. A High-Resolution Fourier Transform Infrared Study of the n3, n4, and n5 Bands of Deuterated Formyl Chloride (DCOCl) (D.-L.Joo, J.Laboy, A.B.K., Q.Zhuo, D.J.Clouthier, C.P.Chan, A.J.Merer, R.H.Judge), J. Mol. Spect. 170, 346-355 (1995). PDF-download
  3. An Invariance Property of the Repton Model (A.B.K. and B.Widom), Physica A, 229, 53-60 (1996). PDF-download
  4. Fluctuations in the Structure of Interfaces (D.J.Bukman, A.B.K., and B.Widom), Coll. Surf. A: Physicochem. Eng. Asp. 128, 119-128 (1997). PDF-download
  5. Exact Solutions for a Partially Asymmetric Exclusion Model with Two Species (A.B.K.), Physica A, 245, 523-533 (1997). PDF-download
  6. Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Model with Local Inhomogeneity (A.B.K.), J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 31, 1153-1164 (1998).PDF-download
  7. Phase Diagram of One-Dimensional Driven Lattice Gases with Open Boundaries (A.B.K., G.M.Schütz, E.B.Kolomeisky, and J.P.Straley), J. Phys. A: Math. Gen., 31, 6911-6919 (1998).PDF-download
  8. A Simplified ``Ratchet" Model of Molecular Motors (A.B.K. and B.Widom ), J. Stat. Phys., 93, 633-645 (1998).
  9. The Force Exerted by a Molecular Motor (M.E.Fisher and A.B.K.), Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 96, 6597-6602 (1999).PDF-download
  10. Model of the Hydrophobic Interaction (A.B.K. and B.Widom), Faraday Discussion, 112, 81-89 (1999).PDF-download
  11. Molecular Motors and the Forces they Exert (M.E.Fisher and A.B.K.), Proc. NATO Advanced Research Workshop, May 1999, Budapest, Statistical Physics Applied to Practical Problems, (Elsevier, 1999), and Physica A 274, 241-266 (1999). PDF-download
  12. Periodic Sequential Kinetic Models with Jumping, Branching and Deaths (A.B.K. and M.E.Fisher), Physica A 279, 1-20 (2000).PDF-download
  13. Extended Kinetic Models with Waiting-Time Distributions: Exact Results (A.B.K. and M.E.Fisher), J. Chem. Phys. 113, 10867-10877 (2000).PDF-download
  14. Force-Velocity Relation for Growing Microtubules (A.B.K. and M.E.Fisher) Biophys. J. 80, 149-154 (2001).PDF-download
  15. Simple Mechanochemistry Describes the Dynamics of Kinesin Molecules (M.E.Fisher and A.B.K), Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 98, 7748-7753 (2001).PDF-download
  16. Exact Results for Parallel Chains Kinetic Models of Biological Transport (A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 115 7253-7259 (2001).PDF-download
  17. Lattice Models of Ionic Systems ( V. Kobelev, A.B.K. and M.E.Fisher), J.Chem.Phys. 116, 7589-7598 (2002).PDF-download.
  18. Anisotropic Lattice Models of Electrolytes (V.Kobelev and A.B.K.), J.Chem.Phys.,117,8879-8885 (2002).PDF-download.
  19. The Effect of Detachments in Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Processes (N. Mirin and A.B.K.), J.Stat.Phys.,110,811-823 (2003).PDF-download.
  20. A Simple Kinetic Model Describes the Processivity of Myosin V (A.B.K. and M.E.Fisher), Biophys. J.,84,1642-1650 (2003).PDF-download.
  21. Lattice Models of Ionic Systems with Charge Aymmetry (M.N.Artyomov, V.Kobelev and A.B.K.), J.Chem. Phys. 118, 6394-6402 (2003). PDF-download.
  22. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore (A.B.K. and E.Slonkina), J. Chem. Phys. 118, 7112-7118 (2003).PDF-download
  23. Localized Shocks in Driven Diffusive Systems without Particle Number Conservation (V. Popkov, A. Rakos, G.M. Schutz, R.D. Willmann and A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. E 67, 066117 (2003). PDF-download
  24. Thermodynamics of Electrolytes on Anisotropic Lattices (V. Kobelev, A.B.K and A.Z. Panagiotopoulos), Phys. Rev. E 68, 066110 (2003).PDF-download
  25. Local Inhomogeneity in Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Processes with Extended Objects ( L.B. Shaw, A.B.K. and K.H. Lee)), J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 37 2105-2113 (2004). PDF-download
  26. Polymers Dynamics in Repton Model at Large Fields (A.B.K and A. Drzewinski), J. Chem. Phys. 120 7784-7791 (2004). PDF-download
  27. Simple Growth Models of Rigid Multifilament Biopolymers (E.B.Stukalin and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 121, 1097-1104 (2004). PDF-download
  28. Two-Channel Totally Asymmetric Exclusion Processes (E. Pronina and A.B.K.), J. Phys. A: Math. Gen. 37, 9907-9918 (2004). PDF-download
  29. Steady-State Properties of a Totally Asymmetric Exclusion Process with Periodic Structure Rates ( G. Lakatos, T. Chou and A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. E. 71, 011103 (2005). PDF-download
  30. Polymerization Dynamics of Double-Stranded Biopolymers: Chemical Kinetic Approach (E.B.Stukalin and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 122, 104903 (2005). PDF-download
  31. Understanding Mechanochemical Coupling in Kinesins Using First-Passage Time Processes (A.B.K., A. Popov and E.B. Stukalin), Phys. Rev. E 71, 031902 (2005). PDF-download
  32. Nucleation of Ordered Solid Phases of Proteins via Unstable and Metastable High-Density States: Phenomenological Approach (W. Pan, A.B.K. and P.G. Vekilov), J. Chem. Phys. 122, 174905 (2005). PDF-download
  33. Dynamic Force Spectroscopy of Glycoprotein Ib-IX Mutants and von Wildebrand Factor (M. Arya, A.B.K., G.M. Romo, M.A. Cruz, J.A. Lopez and B. Anvari) , Biophys. J. 88, 4391-4401 (2005). PDF-download
  34. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster (E.B. Stukalin, H. Phillips III and A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. Lett. 94, 238101 (2005) . PDF-download
  35. Kinetics of Two-Step Nucleation of Crystals (D. Kashchiev, P. Vekilov and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 122, 244706 (2005). PDF-download
  36. Theoretical Investigation of Totally Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Processes on Lattices with Junctions (E. Pronina and A.B.K.), J. Stat. Mech., P07010 (2005). PDF-download
  37. Thermodynamics and Phase Transitions of Electrolytes on Lattices with Different Discretization Parameters (M.N. Artyomov and A.B.K.), Mol. Phys. 103, 2863-2872 (2005). PDF-download
  38. Dynamic Properties of Motor Proteins with Two Subunits (A.B.K. and H. Phillips III), J. Phys. Cond. Matter 17, S3887-S3899 (2005). PDF-download
  39. Monte Carlo Simulations of Rigid Biopolymer Growth Processes (Jenny Son, G. Orkoulas and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 123, 124902 (2005). PDF-download
  40. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through Nanopore: Theory Meets Experiments (S. Matysiak, A. Montesi, M. Pascuali, A.B.K. and C. Clementi), Phys. Rev. Lett. 96, 118103 (2006). PDF-download
  41. ATP Hydrolysis Stimulates Large Length Fluctuations in Single Actin Filaments (E.B.Stukalin and A.B.K.), Biophys. J. 90, 2673-2685 (2006). PDF-download
  42. Dynamic Phase Transitions in Coupled Motor Proteins (E.B.Stukalin and A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. E 73, 031922 (2006). PDF-download
  43. Transport of Single Molecules Along the Periodic Parallel Lattices with Coupling (E.B.Stukalin and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 124, 204901 (2006). PDF-download
  44. Effect of Orientation in Translocation of Inhomogeneous Polymers through Nanopores (S. Kotsev and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 125, 084906 (2006). PDF-download
  45. Asymmetric Coupling in Two-Channel Simple Exclusion Processes (E. Pronina and A.B.K.), Physica A 372, 12-21 (2006). PDF-download
  46. Direct Measurement of the Dissociation Kinetics of Escherichia coli Exonuclease I from Single Stranded DNA Using a Nanopore (B. Hornblower, A. Combs, R. Whitaker, A.B.K., A. Meller and M. Akeson), Nature Methods 4, 315-317 (2007). PDF-download
  47. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking in Two-Channel Asymmetric Exclusion Processes with Narrow Entrances (E.Pronina and A.B.K.), J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 40, 2275-2286 (2007). PDF-download
  48. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Membranes: Attraction, Repulsion and Asymmetry (A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. Lett. 98, 048105 (2007). PDF-download
  49. Solutions of Burnt-Bridge Model for Molecular Motors Transport (A. Morozov, E. Pronina, A.B.K. and M.N. Artyomov), Phys. Rev. E 75, 031910 (2007). PDF-download
  50. Dynamic Properties of Molecular Motors in Burnt-Bridge Models (M.N. Artyomov, A. Y. Morozov, E. Pronina and A.B.K.), J. Stat. Mech. P08002 (2007). PDF-download
  51. Translocation of Polymers with Folded Configurations across Nanopores (S. Kotsev and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 127, 185103 (2007). PDF-download
  52. Dynamic Properties of Molecular Motor Dimers in Burnt-Bridge Models (A. Y. Morozov and A.B.K.), J. Stat. Mech. P12008 (2007). PDF-download
  53. How Proteins Translocate Through Pores: Memory is Important (A.B.K.), Biophys. J. 94, 1547 (2008). PDF-download
  54. Effect of Interactions on Molecular Fluxes and Fluctuations in the Transport across Membrane Channels (A.B.K. and S. Kotsev), J. Chem. Phys. 128, 085101 (2008). PDF-download
  55. Inhomogeneous Coupling in Two-Channel Asymmetric Exclusion Processes (K. Tsekouras and A.B.K.), J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41, 095002 (2008). PDF-download
  56. Protein-DNA Interactions: Reaching and Recognizing the Targets (A.G. Cherstvy, A.B.K. and A.A. Kornyshev ), J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 4741-4750 (2008). PDF-download
  57. Molecular Dynamics of Surface-Moving Thermally Driven Nanocars (A. Akimov, A.V. Nemukhin, A. Moskovsky, A.B.K. and J.M. Tour), J. Chem. Theor. Comp. 4, 652-656 (2008). PDF-download
  58. Effect of Charge Distribution on the Translocation of an Inhomogeneously Charged Polymer Through a Nanopore (A. Mohan, A.B.K. and M. Pasquali), J. Chem. Phys. 128, 125104 (2008). PDF-download
  59. Molecular Motors Interacting with Their Own Tracks (M.N. Artyomov, A.Y. Morozov and A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. E 77, 040901(R) (2008). PDF-download
  60. Interaction Between Motor Domains Can Explain the Complex Dynamics of Heterodimeric Kinesins, (R.K. Das and A.B.K.), Phys. Rev. E 77, 061912 (2008). PDF-download
  61. Spatial Fluctuations Affect the Dynamics of Motor Proteins (R.K. Das and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. B 112, 11112-11121 (2008). PDF-download
  62. Translational and Rotational Dynamics of Individual Single-Walled Carbon Nanotubes in Aqueous Suspension , (D.A. Tsyboulski, S.M. Bachilo, A.B.K. and R.B. Weisman), ACS Nano 2, 1770-1776 (2008). PDF-download
  63. Parallel Coupling of Symmetric and Asymmetric Exclusion Processes (K. Tsekouras and A.B.K.), J. Phys. A: Math. Theor. 41, 465001 (2008). PDF-download
  64. Investigation of Asymmetric Exclusion Processes with Disorder: Effect of Correlation, (M.E. Foulaadvand, A.B.K. and H. Teymouri), Phys. Rev. E 78, 061116 (2008). PDF-download
  65. Micrometer-Scale Translation and Monitoring of Individual Nanocars on Glass, (S. Khatua, J.M. Guerrero, K. Claytor, G. Vives, A.B.K., J.M. Tour and S. Link), ACS Nano 3, 351-356 (2009). PDF-download
  66. Dynamic Properties of Molecular Motors in the Divided-Pathway Model (R.K. Das and A.B.K.), Phys. Chem.-Chem. Phys. 11, 4815-4820 (2009). PDF-download
  67. Dynamics of Thioethers Molecular Rotors: Effect of Surface Interactions and Chain Flexibility, (H.L. Tierney, A.E. Baber, E.C.H. Sykes, A. Akimov and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. C 113, 10913-10920 (2009). PDF-download
  68. Non-Equilibrium Dynamics of Single Polymer Adsorption to Solid Surfaces, (D. Panja, G.T. Barkema and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Condens. Matter 21, 242101 (2009). PDF-download
  69. Continuous-Time random Walks at All Times, (A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 131, 234114 (2009). PDF-download
  70. Facilitated Search of Proteins on DNA: Correlations are Important, (R.K. Das and A.B.K.), Phys. Chem.-Chem. Phys. 12, 2999-3004 (2010). PDF-download
  71. Helix-Coil Kinetics of Individual Polyadenylic Acid Molecules in a Protein Channel, (J. Lin, A.B.K. and A. Meller), Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 158101 (2010). PDF-download
  72. Dynamics of Molecular Motors in Reversible Burnt-Bridge Models (M.N. Artyomov, A.Y. Morozov and A.B.K.), Condens. Matter Phys. 13, 23801 (2010). PDF-download
  73. Polymer Translocation through Pores with Complex Geometry (A. Mohan, A.B.K. and M. Pasquali), J. Chem. Phys. 133, 024902 (2010). Selected by American Institute of Physics for press release. PDF-download
  74. Coupling between Motor Proteins Determines Dynamic Behaviors of Motor Protein Assemblies, (J.W. Driver, A.R. Rogers, D.K. Jamison, R.K. das, A.B. K. and M.R. Diehl), Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 12, 10398-10405 (2010). PDF-download
  75. Rigid-Body Molecular Dynamics of the Fullerene-Based Nanocars on the Metallic Surfaces, (S.S. Konyukhov, I.V. Kupchenko, A.A. Moskovsky, A.V. Nemukhin, A.V. Akimov and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Theor. Comp. 6, 2581-2590 (2010). PDF-download
  76. Spontaneous Symmetry Breaking on a Multiple-Channel Hollow Cylinder, (R. Wang, A.B.K. and M. Liu), Phys. Lett. A 375, 318-323 (2011). PDF-download
  77. Dynamics of Single-Molecule Rotations on Surfaces that Depend on Symmetry, Interactions and Molecular Sizes, (A.V. Akimov and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 125-131 (2011). PDF-download
  78. On the Mechanism of Carborane Diffusion on a Hydrated Silica Surface, (I.V. Kupchenko, A.A. Moskovsky, A.V. Nemukhin and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 108-111 (2011). PDF-download
  79. How Interactions Control Molecular Transport in Channels, (A.B.K. and K. Uppulury), J. Stat. Phys. 142, 1268-1276 (2011). PDF-download.
  80. Physics of Protein-DNA Interactions: Mechanisms of Facilitated Target Search, (A.B.K.), Perspective article, Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 13, 2088-2095 (2011). PDF-download
  81. Michaelis-Menten Relation for Complex Enzymatic Networks, (A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 134, 155101 (2011). PDF-download
  82. Productive Cooperation among Processive Motors Depends Inversely on Their Mechanochemical Efficiency, (J.W. Driver, D.K. Jamison, K. Uppulury, A.R. Rogers, A.B.K., and M.R. Diehl), Biophys. J. 101, 386-395 (2011). PDF-download
  83. Current Reversal and Exclusion Processes with History-Dependent Random Walks, (J.H.P. Schulz, A.B.K. and E. Frey), Europhys. Lett. 95, 30004 (2011). PDF-download
  84. Formation of a Morphogen Gradient: Acceleration by Degradation, (A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 2, 1502-1505 (2011). PDF-download
  85. Molecular Dynamics Study of Cristalline Molecular Gyroscopes, (A.V. Akimov and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. C 115, 13584-13591 (2011). PDF-download
  86. Recursive Taylor Series Expansion Method for Rigid-Body Molecular Dynamics, (A.V. Akimov and A.B.K.), J. Theor. Chem. Comp. 7, 3062-3071 (2011). PDF-download
  87. Random Hydrolysis Controls the Dynamic Instability of Microtubules, (R. Padinhateeri, A.B.K. and D. Lacoste), Biophysical J. 102, 1274-1283 (2012). PDF-download
  88. How to Accelerate Protein Search on DNA: Location and Dissociation, (A.B.K. and A. Veksler), J. Chem. Phys. 136, 125101 (2012). PDF-download
  89. Charge Transfer and Chemisorption of Fullerene Molecules on Metal Surfaces: Application to Dynamics of Nanocars, (A.V. Akimov, C. Williams and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. C 116, 13816-13826 (2012). PDF-download
  90. How the Interplay between Mechanical and Nonmechanical Interactions Affects Multiple Kinesin Dynamics, (K. Uppulury, A.K. Efremov, J.W. Driver, D.K. Jamison, M.R. Diehl and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. B 116, 8846-8855 (2012). PDF-download
  91. Unidirectional Rolling of Nanocars Induced by Electric Field, (A.V. Akimov and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. C 116, 22595-22601 (2012). PDF-download
  92. Measuring Forces at the Leading Edge: A Force Assay for Cell Motility, (B. Farrell, F. Qian, A.B.K., B. Anwari and W.E. Brownell), Integr. Biol. 5, 204-214 (2013). PDF-download
  93. Dynamics of Force Generation by Confined Actin Filaments, (X. Banquy, G.W. Greene, B. Zappone, A.B.K. and J.N. Israelachvili), Soft Matter 9, 2389-2392 (2013). PDF-download
  94. Synthesis and Single-Molecule Imaging of Highly Mobile Adamantane-Wheeled Nanocars, (P.-L. E. Chu, L.-Y. Wang, S. Khatua, A.B.K., S. Link and J.M. Tour), ACS Nano 7, 35-41 (2013). PDF-download
  95. Phase Diagram Structures in a Periodic One-Dimensional Exclusion Process, (R. Jiang, Y.-Q. Wang, A.B.K., W. Huang, M.-B. Hu and Q.-S. Wu), Phys. Rev. E 87, 012107 (2013). PDF-download
  96. All-Time Dynamics in Complex Continuous-Time Random Walk Models, (H. Teimouri and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 138, 084110 (2013). PDF-download
  97. Analysis of Cooperative Behavior in Multiple Kinesins Motor Protein Transport by Varying Structural and Chemical Properties, (K. Uppulury, A.K. Efremov, J.W. Driver, D.K. Jamison, M.R. Diehl and A.B.K.), Cell. Mol. Bioeng. 6, 38-47 (2013). PDF-download
  98. Mechanisms of Protein Binding to DNA: Statistical Interactions are Important, (A.B.K.), Biophys. J. 104, 966-967 (2013). PDF-download
  99. Physics of Protein Motility and Motor Proteins. PREFACE (A.B.K.) J. Phys.: Condens. Matter 25, 370301 (2013). PDF-download
  100. Theoretical Analysis of Microtubules Dynamics Using a Physical-Chemical Description of Hydrolysis (X. Li and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 9217-9223 (2013). PDF-download
  101. Mechanisms and Topology Determination of Complex Chemical and Biological Network Systems from First-Passage Theoretical Approach, (X. Li and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 139, 144106 (2013). PDF-download
  102. Speed-Selectivy Paradox in the Protein Search for Targets on DNA: Is It Real or Not? (A. Veksler and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. B 117, 12695 (2013). PDF-download
  103. Unveling the Hidden Structure of Complex Stochastic Biochemical Networks, (A. Valleriani, X. Li and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 140, 064101 (2014). PDF-download
  104. Development of Morphogen Gradient: The Role of Dimension and Discreteness, (H. Teimouri and A.B.K.), J. Chem. Phys. 140, 085102 (2014). PDF-download
  105. A Simple Kinetic Model for Singlet Fission: A Role of Electronic and Entropic Contributions to Macroscopic Rates, (A.B.K., X. Feng and A.I. Krylov), J. Phys. Chem. C 118, 5188-5195 (2014). PDF-download
  106. A New Theoretical Approach to Analyze Complex Processes in Cytoskeleton Proteins, (X. Li and A.B.K.), J. Phys. Chem. B 118, 2966-2972 (2014). PDF-download
  107. Pathway Structure Determination of Complex Stochastic Networks with Non-Exponential Dwell Times, (X. Li, A.B.K. and A. Valleriani), J. Chem. Phys. 140, 184102 (2014). PDF-download
  108. Positive and Negative Impacts of Nonspecific Sites During Target Location by a Sequence-Specific DNA-binding Protein: Origin of the Optimal Search at Physiological Ionic Strength, (A. Esadze, A.B.K. and J. Iwahara), Nucl. Acids Res. 42, 7039-7046 (2014). PDF-download
  109. Bulk Induced Phase Transitions in Driven Diffusive Systems, (Y.-Q. Wang, R. Jiang, A.B.K. and M.-B. Hu), Sci. Rep. 4, 5459 (2014). PDF-download
  110. Stochastic Kinetics on Networks: When Slow is Fast, (X. Li, A.B.K. and A. Valleriani), to appear in J. Phys. Chem. B (2014).
  111. Theoretical Analysis of Dynamic Processes for Interacting Molecular Motors, (H. Teimouri, A.B.K. and K. Mehrabiani), submitted to Europhys. Lett. (2014).
  112. Theoretical Analysis of Microtubule Dynamics at All Times, (X. Li and A.B.K.), submitted to J. Phys. Chem. B (2014).
  113. Dissecting the Effect of Morphology on the Rates of Singlet Fission: Insights from Theory, (X. Feng, A.B.K., and A.I. Krylov), submitted to J. Phys. Chem. C (2014).
  114. Single-Molecule FRET Studies of HIV TAR-DNA Hairpin Unfolding Dynamics, (J. Chen, N.K. Poddar, L.J. Tauzin, D. Cooper, A.B.K. and C.F. Landes), submitted to J. Phys. Chem. B (2014).
  115. Theoretical Analysis of Selectivity Mechanisms in Molecular Transport Through Channels and Nanopores, (S. Agah, M. Pasquali and A.B.K.), submitted to J. Chem. Phys. (2014).
INVITED TALKS
  1. Domain-Wall Picture of Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Processes, Department of Chemistry, University of California, San Diego, January 1998.
  2. Motor Proteins and the Forces They Exert, Department of Chemistry, Washington University, St. Louis, December, 1999.
  3. Motor Proteins and the Forces They Exert, Department of Chemistry, University of Nevada, Reno, December, 1999.
  4. Motor Proteins and the Forces They Exert, Department of Chemistry, Duke University, Durham, NC January, 2000.
  5. Motor Proteins and the Forces They Exert, Department of Chemistry, Rice University, Houston, January, 2000.
  6. Motor Proteins and the Forces They Exert, Department of Chemistry, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University, Blacksburg, January, 2000.
  7. Nanotechnology: What Can We Learn from Biology, The International Conference NANOSPACE 2001, Galveston, Texas, March, 2001.
  8. Stochastic Models of Biological Transport, Department of Physics, Sam Houston State University, Huntsville, Texas, September, 2001.
  9. Stochastic Models of Biological Transport, Department of Chemistry, University of Houston, Houston, Texas, October, 2001.
  10. Stochastic Models of Biological Transport, Department of Biology, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, December, 2001.
  11. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Department of Chemistry, University of California at Berkeley, February, 2002.
  12. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Department of Chemistry, University of California at Los Angeles, March, 2002.
  13. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Department of Chemistry, University of Southern California, March, 2002.
  14. Stochastic Models of Biological Transport, Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, May, 2002.
  15. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland, August, 2002
  16. Lattice Models of Electrolytes, Department of Mathematics, Rice University, Houston,September, 2002.
  17. Simple Stochastic Models Can Explain the Dynamics of Motor Proteins, Symposium COOPERATIVITY IN BIOPHYSICAL SYSTEMS, Institute fur Festkoerperforschung at Forschungcentrum Juelich, Germany, October, 2002.
  18. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore,19-th Southwestern Theoretical Chemistry Conference, University of Houston,November, 2002
  19. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore,Department of Chemistry, Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, December, 2002.
  20. Stochastic Models with Waiting-Time Distributions for Translocatory Motor Proteins 225-th American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, March 2003.
  21. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Houston, April, 2003.
  22. Effect of Detachments in Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Processes European Research Council Chemistry Committees Workshop on Computer Modeling of Chemical and Biological Systems, Porto, Portugal, May 2003.
  23. Physical-Chemical Analysis of the Factors Influencing the Behavior of Flasks During the Heating in Jewelry Casting Process. Development of the Optimal Model of Burnout Furnace 2-nd International Jewelry Symposium JEWELRY MANUFACTURING: TECHNOLOGIES, MAIN PROBLEMS AND PROSPECTS, Saint Petersburg, Russia, July 2003.
  24. Simple Models of Electrolytes, 15-h American Conference on Crystal Growth and Epitaxy, Keystone, Colorado, July 2003.
  25. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Department of Chemistry, University of Washington, Seattle, October 2003.
  26. Lattice Models of Electrolytes, Department of Physics, University of Washington, Seattle, October 2003.
  27. Phenomenological Theory of Protein Nucleation Phenomena, Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland, College Park, November 2003.
  28. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Department of Chemical Engineering, Princeton University, December 2003.
  29. Nucleation of Ordered Solid Phases of Proteins via Unstable and Metastable High-Density States: Phenomenological Approach, Spring 2004 Materials Research Society, San Francisco, April 2004.
  30. Effect of Detachments in Asymmetric Simple Exlusion Processes, Fock School on Quantum and Computational Chemistry, Novgorod, Russia, April 2004.
  31. Lattice Models of Electrolytes, Institute of Condensed Matter Physics, Ukrainian Academy of Science, Lviv, Ukraine, May 2004.
  32. Understanding Mechanochemical Coupling in Kinesins Using First-Passage Times, Proteomics Workshop IV: Molecular Machines, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, University of California, Los Angeles, May 2004.
  33. Physical-Chemical Analysis of the Factors Influencing the Behavior of Flasks During the Heating in Jewelry Casting Process: Development of the Optimal Model of Burnout Furnace , Santa Fe Symposium, Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 2004.
  34. Simple Stochastic Models of Motor Protein Dynamics, SIAM Conference on Mathematical Aspects of Material Science, Los Angeles, May 2004.
  35. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Nanopore: Theory Meets Experiments, International Conference on Biological Physics, Goteborg, Sweden, August 2004.
  36. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Nanopore: Theory Meets Experiments, Department of Chemistry, Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa, September 2004.
  37. Simple Models of Rigid Multifilament Biopolymers's Growth Dynamics, Department of Physics, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachussetts, October 2004.
  38. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Motor Protein Using Simple Stochastic Models?, BU-Harvard-MIT Theoretical Chemistry Lecture Series, Boston, October 2004.
  39. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Nanopore: Theory Meets Experiments, Materials Research Laboratory, University of California, Santa Barbara, October 2004.
  40. Simple Models of Rigid Multifilament Biopolymer's Growth Dynamics, Department of Chemical Engineering, University of California, Los Angeles, October 2004.
  41. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Nanopore: Theory Meets Experiments, Department of Chemistry, University of Pennsilvania, Philadelphia, December 2004.
  42. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster , Department of Chemistry, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, May 2005.
  43. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster , 6-th SIAM Conference on Control and its Applicability, Symposium on Brownian Motors and Protein Dynamics, New Orleans, July 2005.
  44. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster , The Telluride Scientific Research Workshop "Single-Molecule Measurements: Kinetics, Fluctuations, and Non-Equilibrium Thermodynamics," Telluride, Colorado, August 2005.
  45. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster, McGovern Lecture in Biomedical Computing and Imaging, Texas Medical Center, September 2005.
  46. Growth Dynamics of Cytoskeleton Proteins: Multiscale Theoretical Analysis, Workshop I: Multiscale Modeling in Soft Matter and Biophysics, Institute for Pure and Applied Mathematics, University of California Los Angeles, September 2005.
  47. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster, Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal, Canada, November 2005.
  48. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster, Institute for Physical Science and Technology, University of Maryland, College Park, December 2005.
  49. Asymmetric Exclusion Processes on Parallel Channels, Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur, India, February 2006.
  50. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster, Department of Chemistry, University of Wisconsin, Madison, March 2006.
  51. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster, University of California Santa Barbara, Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics, May 2006.
  52. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Motor Proteins Using Simple Stochastic Models? International Workshop on Stochastic Models in Biological Sciences, Warsaw, Poland, May 2006.
  53. Growth Dynamics of Cytoskeleton Proteins: Multiscale Theoretical Analysis, International Workshop on Multiscale Modeling of Complex Fluids, Prato, Italy, July 2006.
  54. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Membranes: Attraction, Repulsion and Asymmetry, Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, New Jersey, December 2006.
  55. Coupling of Two Motor Proteins: a New Motor Can Move Faster, Department of Chemistry, University of Nevada, Reno, February 2007.
  56. Discrete Stochastic Models of Single-Molecule Motor Protein Dynamics, Workshop Theory, Modeling and Evaluation of Single-Molecule Measurements, Lorentz Center, University of Leiden, Netherlands, April 2007.
  57. Burnt-Bridge Model of Molecular Motor Transport, SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamical Systems, Snowbird, Utah, May 2007.
  58. Nucleation of Ordered Solid Phases of Proteins via Unstable and Metastable High-Density States: Phenomenological Approach, Gordon Research Conference on "Thin Films and Growth Mechanisms," Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, Massachustts, June 2007.
  59. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Membranes: Attraction, Repulsion and Asymmetry, Telluride Research Workshop: "Nonequilibrium Phenomena, Nonadiabatic Dynamics and Spectroscopy." Telluride, Colorado, July 2007.
  60. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Membranes: Attraction, Repulsion and Asymmetry, 234-th American Chemical Society Annual Meeting, Boston, August 2007.
  61. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion , University of Texas, Austin, September 2007.
  62. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Motor Proteins Using Simple Stochastic Models? University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas, September 2007.
  63. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Bar-Ilan University, Department of Physics Colloquium, Ramat-Gan, Israel, November 2007.
  64. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Technion, Department of Physics, Haifa, Israel, December 2007.
  65. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, University of Tel Aviv, Department of Chemistry, Tel-Aviv, Israel, December 2007.
  66. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Weizmann Research Institute, Rehovot, Israel, December 2007.
  67. Molecular Motors Interacting with Their Own Tracks , Annual SIAM Conference, San Diego, California, July 2008.
  68. Molecular Motors Interacting with Their Own tracks , International Conference on Statistical Physics SIGMAPHI2008, Crete, Greece, July 2008.
  69. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Syracuse University, Department of Physics Colloquium, September 2008.
  70. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Using Simple Models? Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Department of Chemistry, Boston, September 2008.
  71. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Harvard University, Department of Chemistry, Boston, September 2008.
  72. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Max-Planck Institute of Polymer Sciences, Mainz, Germany, November 2008.
  73. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, University of Stuttgart, Department of Physics, Germany, November 2008.
  74. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Max-Planck Institute of Colloidal Sciences, Potsdam, Germany, December 2008.
  75. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Using Simple Models? Research Center Juelich, Germany, December 2008.
  76. How Proteins Find Its Targets on DNA: Mechanism of Facilitated Diffusion, Technical University of Munich, Department of Physics, Germany, December 2008.
  77. Motor Proteins: A Theorist's View, Ludwig-Maximilian University, Munich, Center fro Nanosciences, Germany, December 2008.
  78. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Using Simple Models? Mesilla Workshop on Multi-Scale Modeling of Biological Systems, Las Cruces, New Mexico, February 2009.
  79. Thermally-Driven Nanocars and Molecular Rotors: What Can We Learn from Molecular Dynamics Simulations, 237 ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, March 2009.
  80. Spatial Fluctuations Affect Dynamics of Motor Proteins, Max-Planck Institute for Physics of Complex Systems, Dresden, Germany, May 2009.
  81. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Laboratory of Statistical Physics, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, May 2009.
  82. How Proteins Find Targets on DNA, International Conference "From DNA-inspired Physics to Physics-Inspired DNA," ICTP, Trieste, Italy, June 2009.
  83. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, XIV Statistical Physics Minisymposium, Institute of Mathematics, Czestochowa University of Technology, Poland, June 2009.
  84. Thermally-Driven Nanocars and Molecular Rotors: What Can We Learn from Molecular Dynamics Simulations, University of Zelena Gura, Department of Physics, Poland, June 2009.
  85. Thermally-Driven Nanocars and Molecular Rotors: What Can We Learn from Molecular Dynamics Simulations, Telluride Research Workshop on Single Molecules, Telluride, Colorado, June 2009.
  86. Complex Dynamics of Motor Proteins: A Theorist's View, Laboratory of Statistical Physics, Ecole Normale Superieure, Paris, France, July 2009.
  87. Complex Dynamics of Motor Proteins: A Theorist's View, University of Illinois, Department of Physics, Chicago, September 2009.
  88. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, University of Chicago, Department of Chemistry, September 2009.
  89. Complex Dynamics of Motor Proteins: A Theorist's View, University of Texas, Center for Nonlinear Dynamics, Austin, November 2009.
  90. Theoretical Studies of Coupled Parallel Exclusion Processes, Indian Institute of Technology, Golden Jubilee Conference on Non-Equilibrium Statistical Physics, Kanpur, India, January 2010.
  91. Spatial Fluctuations Affect Dynamics of Motor Proteins, Indian Institute of Technology, Golden Jubilee Conference on Interaction, Stability, Transport and Kinetics, Kanpur, India, February 2010.
  92. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, January 2010.
  93. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Tata Institute for Fundamental Research, Mumbai, India, February 2010.
  94. Interactions between Motor Proteins can Explain Collective Transport of Kinesins, Biophysical Society Meeting, Mini-Symposium "Tug of War - Molecular Motors Interact," San Francisco, February 2010.
  95. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Arizona State University, Center for Biological Physics, Tempe, Arizona, March 2010.
  96. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Cellular Membranes, The Ohio State University, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Workshop "Transport in Cells," Columbus, Ohio, April 2010.
  97. Can We Understand the Complex Dynamics of Molecular MotorsUsing Simple Models? Conference "Thermodynamics and Kinetics of Molecular Motors," Santa Fe, New Mexico, May 2010.
  98. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Joseph Fourier University, Grenoble, France, June 2010.
  99. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Cellular Membranes, ESPCI, Paris, France, June 2010.
  100. Dynamic Properties of Motor Proteins in the Divided-Pathway Model, SIAM Conference on Life Sciences, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, July 2010.
  101. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Department of Material Sciences, November 2010.
  102. Nanocars and Molecular Rotors: What are Fundamental Mechanisms of Motion? Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, University of California Los Angeles, May 2011.
  103. What Are Fundamental Mechanisms for the Motion of Nanocars and Molecular Rotors on Surfaces? 43-rd IUPAC World Chemistry Congress, San Juan, Puerto Rico, August 2011.
  104. Dynamics of Nanocars and Molecular Rotors on Surfaces: What Are Fundamental Mechanisms? Conference on Functional and Nanostructured Materials FNMA-11, Szczecin, Poland, September 2011.
  105. How to Accelerate Protein Search for Targets on DNA: Location and Dissociation, Conference "DNA Search: From Biophysics to Cell Biology," Safed, Israel, September 2011.
  106. Physical-Chemical Aspects of Protein-DNA Interactions: Mechanisms of Facilitated Target Search, CECAM Workshop "Dynamics of Protein-Nucleic Acid Interactions: Integrating Simulations with Experiments," Zurich, Switzerland, September 2011.
  107. Formation of a Morphogen Gradient, NORDITA, Stockholm, Sweden, October 2011.
  108. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, University of Science and Technology of China, Hefei, China, November 2011.
  109. Dynamics of Nanocars and Molecular Rotors on Surfaces: What Are Fundamental Mechanisms? Institute of Chemical Physics, Dalian, China, December 2011.
  110. Formation of Signaling Molecules Concentration Profiles, Department of Chemistry, Peking University, beijing, China, December 2011.
  111. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Zhejang University, Hangzhou, China, December 2011.
  112. Dynamics of Nanocars and Molecular Rotors on Surfaces: What Are Fundamental Mechanisms?Zhejiang Gongshang University, Hangzhou, China, December 2011.
  113. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Department of Chemistry, Nanjing University, Nanjing, China, December 2011.
  114. Can We Understand Complex Dynamics of Motor Proteins Using Simple Models? Conference "Multiscale Methods and Validation in Medicine and Biology," San Francisco, California, February 2012.
  115. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, Department of Chemistry, University of Rochester, Rochester, New York, March 2012.
  116. Formation of Signaling Molecules Concentration Profiles, Department of Physics, Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York, March 2012.
  117. Formation of a Morphogen Gradient: Acceleration by Dissociation, Department of Chemistry, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, March 2012.
  118. How to Understand Signaling Mechanisms in Biological Development, Department of Chemistry, University of California at Irvine, Irvine, April 2012.
  119. Formation of a Morphogen Gradient: Acceleration by Dissociation, Department of Physics, University of Barcelona, Spain, May 2012.
  120. Mechanism of Fast Protein Search for Targets on DNA: Strong Coupling between 1D and 3D Motions, International Workshop "Search and Stochastic Phenomena in Complex Physical and Biological Systems,'' Palma de Mallorca, Spain, June 2012.
  121. How Interactions Control Transport through Channels, CECAM Workshop, "Polymer Translocation through Nanopores," Mainz, Germany, September 2012.
  122. How Interactions Control Transport through Channels, Department of Chemistry, University of Utah, Salt Lake City, October 2012.
  123. Mechanism of Fast Protein Search for Targets on DNA: Strong Coupling between 1D and 3D Motions, Michael E. Fisher's Symposium, University of Maryland, College Park, October 2012.
  124. How Interactions Affect Multiple Kinesin Dynamics, American Physical Society Meeting, Baltimore, March 2013.
  125. Random Hydrolysis Controls the Dynamic Instability in Microtubules, SIAM Conference on Applications of Dynamic Systems, Snowbird, Utah, May 2013.
  126. Speed-Selectivity Paradox in the Protein Search for Targets on DNA, Is It Real or Not? Telluride Workshop on Biophysical Dynamics, Telluride, Colorado, July 2013.
  127. How Interactions Control Transport through Channels, Telluride Workshop on Nonequilibrium Phenomena, Nonadiabatic Dynamics and Spectroscopy, Telluride, Colorado, July 2013.
  128. Mechanisms and Topology Determination of Complex Networks from First-Passage Theoretical Approach, Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics in China, Statphys Satellite Conference, Beijing, China, July 2013.
  129. Mechanisms and Topology Determination of Complex Networks from First-Passage Theoretical Approach, International Conference on Multiscale Motility of Molecular Motors, Potsdam, Germany, September 2013.
  130. How to Understand Signaling Mechanisms in Biological Development, Department of Chemical Engineering, Stanford University, Stanford, CA, September 2013.
  131. How to Understand Complex Processes in Chemistry, Physics and Biology Using Sinmple Models, Norway-Texas Collaborative Research Seminar, Trondheim, Norway, October 2013.
  132. Mechanisms and Topology Determination of Complex Networks from First-Passage Theoretical Approach, South-West Regional Meeting of American Chemical Society, Waco, TX, November 2013.
  133. How to Understand Signaling Mechanisms in Biological Development, Department of Chemistry, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, CA, April 2014.
  134. Speed-Selectivity Paradox in the Protein Search for Targets on DNA, Is It Real or Not? Biomedical Center, Uppsala University, Sweden, June 2014.
  135. How to Understand the Formation of Morphogen Gradients during Biological Development, Mini-Symposium ``Application of Statistical Physics in Quantitative Biology,'' 9-th European Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Goteborg, Sweden, June 2014.
CONTRIBUTED PRESENTATIONS
  1. High-Temperature Chemistry of Fullerenes, Gordon Research Conference on High-Temperature Chemistry , Meriden, NH, July 1992.
  2. New Results in a Repton Model, Polymer Outreach Program, Cornell University, May 1995.
  3. High-Field Dynamics of Polymers in a Repton Model, Polymer Outreach Program, Cornell University, May 1996.
  4. Asymptotically Exact Results for a Repton Model of Polymer Dynamics, 76th Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 1996.
  5. Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Model with Stochastic Defect, Polymer Outreach Program, Cornell University, May 1997.
  6. Domain-Wall Picture of Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Processes, 78th Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 1997.
  7. A Simplified ``Ratchet" Model of Molecular Motors, Polymer Outreach Program, Cornell University, May 1998.
  8. Debye-Huckel Theory of Electrolytes on a Lattice, Conf. on Electrostatic Properties in Complex Fluids, ITP, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA, October 1998.
  9. Debye-Huckel Theory on a Lattice, 80th Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 1998.
  10. Velocity and Diffusion of General Hopping Models and Tridiagonal Matrices, 81-st Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, May 1999.
  11. Lattice Models for Ionic Systems, Gordon Research Conference on Chemistry and Physics of Liquids, Holderness, NH, August 1999.
  12. Improved Kinetic Models for Processive Motor Proteins: Explicit Results for Periodic 1D Hopping, 82-nd Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 1999.
  13. One-dimensional Kinetic Models with Death and Branching Processes, Pitzer Memorial Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, University of California, Berkeley, January, 2000.
  14. Exact Results for Parallel Chain Kinetic Models of Biological Transport, 83-rd Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, May 2000.
  15. Describing Kinesin Dynamics Using Stochastic Models. National Academy of Sciences Colloquium, Molecular Kinesis in Cellular Function and Plasticity, Irvine, CA, December 2000.
  16. One-Layer Model of the Growth of Microtubules, 84-th Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 2000.
  17. The Growth of Microtubules Against an External Force, 45-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Boston, February, 2001.
  18. Description of Motor Protein Motility Using Stochastic Models, International Conference on Mathematical and Theoretical Biology, Hilo, Hawaii, July 2001.
  19. Exact Results for Parallel-Chain Kinetic Models of Biological Transport, International Conference NANOBIOLOGY 2001, Emory University, Atlanta, October 2001.
  20. The Dynamics of Breaking of Weak Chemical Bonds. What Is Measured in AFM Experiments, Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 2001.
  21. A Simple Kinetic Model Can Explain the Motility of Myosin V Molecules, 46th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, San Francisco, February 2002.
  22. Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, Statistical Mechanics Meeting, Rutgers University, December 2002.
  23. Dynamics of Polymer Translocation Through a Long Nanopore, 47-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, San Antonio, March 2003.
  24. Nucleation of Ordered Solid Phases of Proteins via Unstable and Metastable High-Density States: Phenomenological Approach, Rutgers University, December 2003.
  25. Simple Models of the Growth of Microtubules, 48-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Baltimore, February 2004.
  26. Thermodynamics and Phase Transitions of Electrolytes on Lattices with Different Discretization Parameters, Annual Meeting of American Physical Society, Montreal, Canada, March 2004.
  27. Understanding Mechanochemical Coupling in Kinesins Using First-Passage Time Processes, 49-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Long Beach, California, February 2005.
  28. Nucleation of Proteins via Intermediate States: Phenomenological Approach, Liquid Matter Conference, Utrecht, Netherlands, July 2005.
  29. Thermodynamics and Phase Transitions of Electrolytes on Lattices with Different Discretization Parameters, Liquid Matter Conference, Utrecht, Netherlands, July 2005.
  30. ATP Hydrolysis Stimulates Large Length Fluctuations in Single Actin Filaments, 50-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, February 2006.
  31. Interaction Between Motor Heads Strongly Effects Dynamical and Biophysical Properties of Motor Proteins, Biophysical Discussions Meeting, Asilomar, California, October 2006.
  32. Effect of Orientation in Translocation of Inhomogeneous Polymers through Nanopores, 51-st Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2007.
  33. Channel-Facilitated Molecular Transport Across Membranes: Attraction, Repulsion and Asymmetry, 23-rd International Conference on Statistical Physics, Genoa, Italy, July 2007.
  34. How Proteins Find and Recognize Their Targets on DNA, 52-nd Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Long Beach, California, February 2008.
  35. How Interactions Control Molecular Transport in Channels, 55-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, March 2011.
  36. Random Hydrolysis Controls Dynamic Instability of Microtubules, 56-th Annual Biophysical Society Meeting, San Diego, California, February 2012.

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