Stephanie M. Linker
Stephanie M. Linker
PhD student Computational Chemistry, ETH Zurich
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Combined single-cell profiling of expression and DNA methylation reveals splicing regulation and heterogeneity
SM Linker, L Urban, SJ Clark, M Chhatriwala, S Amatya, DJ McCarthy, ...
Genome biology 20 (1), 1-14, 2019
Bacterial glycogen provides short-term benefits in changing environments
K Sekar, SM Linker, J Nguyen, A Grünhagen, R Stocker, U Sauer
Applied and environmental microbiology 86 (9), e00049-20, 2020
Carbon nanotubes mediate fusion of lipid vesicles
RM Bhaskara, SM Linker, M Vögele, J Köfinger, G Hummer
ACS nano 11 (2), 1273-1280, 2017
Photochemical Properties of the Red‐shifted Channelrhodopsin Chrimson
D Urmann, C Lorenz, SM Linker, M Braun, J Wachtveitl, C Bamann
Photochemistry and Photobiology 93 (3), 782-795, 2017
Enhanced sampling without borders: on global biasing functions and how to reweight them
AS Kamenik, SM Linker, S Riniker
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 24 (3), 1225-1236, 2022
Fragment binding pose predictions using unbiased simulations and Markov-state models
SM Linker, A Magarkar, J Köfinger, G Hummer, D Seeliger
Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation 15 (9), 4974-4981, 2019
A new family of rigid dienone musks challenges the perceptive range of the human olfactory receptor OR5AN1
J Liu, V Hürlimann, R Emter, A Natsch, C Esposito, SM Linker, Y Zou, ...
Synlett 31 (10), 972-976, 2020
Polar/apolar interfaces modulate the conformational behavior of cyclic peptides with impact on their passive membrane permeability
SM Linker, C Schellhaas, B Ries, HJ Roth, M Fouché, S Rodde, S Riniker
RSC advances 12 (10), 5782-5796, 2022
Connecting dynamic reweighting Algorithms: Derivation of the dynamic reweighting family tree
SM Linker, RG Weiß, S Riniker
The Journal of Chemical Physics 153 (23), 234106, 2020
Ensembler: a simple package for fast prototyping and teaching molecular simulations
B Ries, SM Linker, DF Hahn, G Konig, S Riniker
Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling 61 (2), 560-564, 2021
Passing the barrier–How computer simulations can help to understand and improve the passive membrane permeability of cyclic peptides
SM Linker, S Wang, B Ries, T Stadelman, S Riniker
Chimia 75 (6), 518-521, 2021
Lessons for Oral Bioavailability: How Conformationally Flexible Cyclic Peptides Enter and Cross Lipid Membranes
SM Linker, C Schellhaas, AS Kamenik, HJ Roth, M Fouche, S Rodde, ...
Moving Colors: Chemical Education
M Gut, MD Scheidt, C Papadimou, S Linker
Chimia 76 (6), 602-603, 2022
Membrane-like interfaces can facilitate the conformational closure of cyclic peptides for passive membrane permeability
C Schellhaas, SM Linker, S Riniker
Biophysical Journal 121 (3), 223a, 2022
Matching Simulations and Experiments of Conformationally Flexible Cyclic Peptides: Steps toward a Holistic View of Passive Membrane Permeability
AS Kamenik, SM Linker, S Riniker
Approaching the Next Inflection in Peptide Therapeutics: Attaining Cell …, 2022
rsc. li/pccp
AS Kamenik, SM Linker, S Riniker, C Zhang, G Chen, Y Si, M Liu
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys 24, 1326, 2022
A Platform for Connecting and Empowering Early-Career Chemists
J Borges, SM Linker, PW Fritz, A Seco, JV Milić
Chemistry Views, 2021
The Young Swiss Chemical Society Empowering Young Chemists in Switzerland for 20 Years: Perspectives in Chemistry and Society on the Occasion of the 75th Anniversary of CHIMIA
SM Linker, C Papadimou, M Lederbauer, C Schellhaas, D Miladinov, ...
Chimia 75 (4), 345-345, 2021
A perspective on virtual events during the corona pandemic exemplified by the CareerTrack with IBM research Europe–Zurich
B Ries, LA Völker
Chimia 75 (6), 555-556, 2021
Predicting Drug-Fragment Binding Sites with Molecular Dynamics Simulations and Markov State Models
SM Linker
Goethe-Universität Frankfurt Frankfurt am Main, 2017
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