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George Stan
George Stan
Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Cincinnati
Verified email at uc.edu
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Uptake of gases in bundles of carbon nanotubes
G Stan, MJ Bojan, S Curtarolo, SM Gatica, MW Cole
Physical Review B 62 (3), 2173, 2000
3052000
Hydrogen adsorption in nanotubes
G Stan, MW Cole
Journal of Low Temperature Physics 110 (1), 539-544, 1998
3031998
Low coverage adsorption in cylindrical pores
G Stan, MW Cole
Surface Science 395 (2-3), 280-291, 1998
2871998
Condensed phases of gases inside nanotube bundles
MM Calbi, MW Cole, SM Gatica, MJ Bojan, G Stan
Reviews of Modern Physics 73 (4), 857, 2001
2422001
Condensation of helium in nanotube bundles
MW Cole, VH Crespi, G Stan, C Ebner, JM Hartman, S Moroni, ...
Physical review letters 84 (17), 3883, 2000
1442000
Quasi-one-and two-dimensional transitions of gases adsorbed on nanotube bundles
SM Gatica, MJ Bojan, G Stan, MW Cole
The Journal of Chemical Physics 114 (8), 3765-3769, 2001
1302001
Interstitial He and Ne in nanotube bundles
G Stan, VH Crespi, MW Cole, M Boninsegni
Journal of Low Temperature Physics 113 (3), 447-452, 1998
851998
Wetting transitions of Ne
MJ Bojan, G Stan, S Curtarolo, WA Steele, MW Cole
Physical Review E 59 (1), 864, 1999
671999
Interplay between E. coli DnaK, ClpB and GrpE during Protein Disaggregation
SM Doyle, S Shastry, AN Kravats, YH Shih, M Miot, JR Hoskins, G Stan, ...
Journal of molecular biology 427 (2), 312-327, 2015
652015
Atoms in nanotubes: Small dimensions and variable dimensionality
G Stan, SM Gatica, M Boninsegni, S Curtarolo, MW Cole
American Journal of Physics 67 (12), 1170-1176, 1999
551999
Axial phase of quantum fluids in nanotubes
SM Gatica, G Stan, MM Calbi, JK Johnson, MW Cole
Journal of low temperature physics 120 (5), 337-359, 2000
502000
Annealing function of GroEL: structural and bioinformatic analysis
G Stan, D Thirumalai, GH Lorimer, BR Brooks
Biophysical chemistry 100 (1-3), 453-467, 2002
492002
Coupling between allosteric transitions in GroEL and assisted folding of a substrate protein
G Stan, GH Lorimer, D Thirumalai, BR Brooks
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 104 (21), 8803-8808, 2007
462007
Threshold criterion for wetting at the triple point
S Curtarolo, G Stan, MJ Bojan, MW Cole, WA Steele
Physical Review E 61 (2), 1670, 2000
462000
Unfolding and translocation pathway of substrate protein controlled by structure in repetitive allosteric cycles of the ClpY ATPase
A Kravats, M Jayasinghe, G Stan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (6), 2234-2239, 2011
432011
Factors governing helix formation in peptides confined to carbon nanotubes
EP O’Brien, G Stan, D Thirumalai, BR Brooks
Nano letters 8 (11), 3702-3708, 2008
422008
Computer simulations of the wetting properties of neon on heterogeneous surfaces
S Curtarolo, G Stan, MW Cole, MJ Bojan, WA Steele
Physical Review E 59 (4), 4402, 1999
421999
Residues in substrate proteins that interact with GroEL in the capture process are buried in the native state
G Stan, BR Brooks, GH Lorimer, D Thirumalai
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 103 (12), 4433-4438, 2006
412006
Mechanism of transient binding and release of substrate protein during the allosteric cycle of the p97 nanomachine
S Tonddast-Navaei, G Stan
Journal of the American Chemical Society 135 (39), 14627-14636, 2013
292013
Identifying natural substrates for chaperonins using a sequence‐based approach
G Stan, BR Brooks, GH Lorimer, D Thirumalai
Protein science 14 (1), 193-201, 2005
282005
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