Publications by Type: Journal Article

2007
M. J. Schnieders, Baker, N. A., Ren, P., and Ponder, J. W., “Polarizable atomic multipole solutes in a Poisson-Boltzmann continuum,” The Journal of chemical physics, vol. 126, pp. 03B623, 2007.
T. D. Rasmussen, Ren, P., Ponder, J. W., and Jensen, F., “Force field modeling of conformational energies: importance of multipole moments and intramolecular polarization,” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, vol. 107, pp. 1390–1395, 2007.
T. D. Rasmussen, Ren, P., Ponder, J. W., and Jensen, F., “Force field modeling of conformational energies: importance of multipole moments and intramolecular polarization,” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, vol. 107, pp. 1390-1395, 2007.
J. Zhang, King, M., Suggs, L., and Ren, P., “Molecular modeling of conformational properties of oligodepsipeptides,” Biomacromolecules, vol. 8, pp. 3015-3024, 2007.
M. J. Schnieders, Baker, N. A., Ren, P., and Ponder, J. W., “Polarizable atomic multipole solutes in a Poisson-Boltzmann continuum,” The Journal of chemical physics, vol. 126, pp. 124114, 2007.
2006
P. A. Golubkov and Ren, P., “Generalized coarse-grained model based on point multipole and Gay-Berne potentials,” The Journal of chemical physics, vol. 125, pp. 064103, 2006.
J. - P. Piquemal, Perera, L., Cisneros, A. G., Ren, P., Pedersen, L. G., and Darden, T. A., “Towards accurate solvation dynamics of divalent cations in water using the polarizable amoeba force field: From energetics to structure,” The Journal of chemical physics, vol. 125, pp. 054511, 2006.
D. Jiao, King, C., Grossfield, A., Darden, T. A., and Ren, P., “Simulation of Ca2+ and Mg2+ solvation using polarizable atomic multipole potential,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 110, pp. 18553–18559, 2006.
D. Jiao, King, C., Grossfield, A., Darden, T. A., and Ren, P., “Simulation of Ca2+ and Mg2+ solvation using polarizable atomic multipole potential,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 110, pp. 18553-18559, 2006.
J. - P. Piquemal, Perera, L., Cisneros, A. G., Ren, P., Pedersen, L. G., and Darden, T. A., “Towards accurate solvation dynamics of divalent cations in water using the polarizable amoeba force field: From energetics to structure,” The Journal of chemical physics, vol. 125, pp. 054511, 2006.
P. A. Golubkov and Ren, P., “Generalized coarse-grained model based on point multipole and Gay-Berne potentials,” The Journal of chemical physics, vol. 125, pp. 064103, 2006.
2004
P. Ren and Ponder, J. W., “Temperature and pressure dependence of the AMOEBA water model,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 108, pp. 13427–13437, 2004.
P. Ren and Ponder, J. W., “Temperature and pressure dependence of the AMOEBA water model,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 108, pp. 13427-13437, 2004.
2003
P. Ren and Ponder, J. W., “Polarizable atomic multipole water model for molecular mechanics simulation,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 107, pp. 5933–5947, 2003.
A. Grossfield, Ren, P., and Ponder, J. W., “Ion solvation thermodynamics from simulation with a polarizable force field,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 125, pp. 15671–15682, 2003.
A. Grossfield, Ren, P., and Ponder, J. W., “Ion solvation thermodynamics from simulation with a polarizable force field,” Journal of the American Chemical Society, vol. 125, pp. 15671-15682, 2003.
P. Ren and Ponder, J. W., “Polarizable atomic multipole water model for molecular mechanics simulation,” The Journal of Physical Chemistry B, vol. 107, pp. 5933-5947, 2003.
2002
P. Ren and Ponder, J. W., “Consistent treatment of inter-and intramolecular polarization in molecular mechanics calculations,” Journal of computational chemistry, vol. 23, pp. 1497–1506, 2002.
2000
J. R. Fried and Ren, P., “The atomistic simulation of the gas permeability of poly (organophosphazenes). Part 1. Poly (dibutoxyphosphazenes),” Computational and Theoretical Polymer Science, vol. 10, pp. 447–463, 2000.
1999
J. R. Fried and Ren, P., “Molecular simulation of the glass transition of polyphosphazenes,” Computational and Theoretical Polymer Science, vol. 9, pp. 111–116, 1999.

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