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Zheng X, Wu C, Liu D, Li H, Bitan G, Shea J-E, Bowers MThomas.  2016.  Mechanism of C-Terminal Fragments of Amyloid $\beta$-Protein as A$\beta$ Inhibitors: Do C-Terminal Interactions Play a Key Role in Their Inhibitory Activity? Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 120(8):1615-1623.
Levine ZA, Teranishi K, Okada AK, Langen R, Shea J-E.  2019.  The Mitochondrial Peptide Humanin Targets, but does not Denature Amyloid Oligomers in Type II Diabetes. Journal of the American Chemical Society.
Danielsen SPO, McCarty J, Shea J-E, Delaney KT, Fredrickson GH.  2019.  Molecular design of self-coacervation phenomena in block polyampholytes. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 116:8224–8232.
Das S, Lee BHoon, Linstadt R, Cunha K, Li Y, Kaufman Y, Levine ZA, Lipshutz BH, Lins RD, Shea J-E et al..  2016.  Molecularly Smooth Self-Assembled Monolayer for High-Mobility Organic Field-Effect Transistors. Nano Letters. 16(10):6709-6715.
Ganguly P, Hajari T, Shea J-E, van der Vegt NFA.  2015.  Mutual Exclusion of Urea and Trimethylamine N-oxide from Amino Acids in Mixed Solvent Environment. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 6:581–585.
Lin Y, McCarty J, Rauch JN, Delaney KT, Kosik KS, Fredrickson GH, Shea J-E, Han S.  2019.  Narrow equilibrium window for complex coacervation of tau and RNA under cellular conditions. Elife. 8:e42571.
de Almeida NEC, Do TD, Tro M, LaPointe NE, Feinstein SC, Shea J-E, Bowers MT.  2015.  Opposing Effects of Cucurbit [7] uril and 1, 2, 3, 4, 6-Penta-O-galloyl-$\beta$-d-glucopyranose on Amyloid $\beta$25–35 Assembly. ACS chemical neuroscience.
Ganguly P, Polak J, van der Vegt NFA, Heyda J, Shea J-E.  2020.  Protein Stability in TMAO and Mixed Urea-TMAO Solutions. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B.
Levine ZA, Larini L, LaPointe NE, Feinstein SC, Shea J-E.  2015.  Regulation and aggregation of intrinsically disordered peptides. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 112:2758–2763.
Eschmann NA, Georgieva ER, Ganguly P, Borbat PP, Rappaport MD, Akdogan Y, Freed JH, Shea J-E, Han S.  2017.  Signature of an aggregation-prone conformation of tau. Scientific Reports. 7:44739.
Levine ZA, Shea J-E.  2017.  Simulations of disordered proteins and systems with conformational heterogeneity. Current Opinion in Structural Biology. 43:95–103.
Morriss-Andrews A, Shea J-E.  2014.  Simulations of Protein Aggregation: Insights from Atomistic and Coarse-Grained Models. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters.
Wu C, Shea J-E.  2013.  Structural Similarities and Differences between Amyloidogenic and Non-Amyloidogenic Islet Amyloid Polypeptide (IAPP) Sequences and Implications for the Dual Physiological and Pathological Activities of These Peptides. PLoS computational biology. 9:e1003211.
Levine ZA, Rapp MV, Wei W, Mullen RGotchy, Wu C, Zerze GH, Mittal J, J Waite H, Israelachvili JN, Shea J-E.  2016.  Surface force measurements and simulations of mussel-derived peptide adhesives on wet organic surfaces. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. :201603065.
Ganguly P, Do TD, Larini L, LaPointe NE, Sercel AJ, Shade MF, Feinstein SC, Bowers MT, Shea J-E.  2015.  Tau Assembly: The Dominant Role of PHF6 (VQIVYK) in Microtubule Binding Region Repeat R3. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 119:4582–4593.
Arya S, Ganguly P, Arsiccio A, Claud SL, Trapp B, Schonfeld GE, Liu X, Cantrell KLazar, Shea J-E, Bowers MT.  2020.  Terminal capping of an amyloidogenic Tau fragment modulates its fibrillation propensity. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B.
Zerze GH, Mullen RGotchy, Levine ZA, Shea J-E, Mittal J.  2015.  To what extent does surface hydrophobicity dictate peptide folding and stability near surfaces? Langmuir. 31(44):12223–12230.
Mullen RGotchy, Shea J-E, Peters B.  2014.  Transmission coefficients, committors, and solvent coordinates in ion-pair dissociation. Journal of Chemical Theory and Computation.
Levine ZA, Fischer SA, Shea J-E, Pfaendtner J.  2015.  Trp-Cage Folding on Organic Surfaces. The Journal of Physical Chemistry B. 119:10417–10425.