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Oral Communications

  • "Last progress of SCORPION force-field for the study of protein-protein recognition.". Journées modélisation at ENS-Chimie Paris Tech (Paris), May 29-31, 2013.
  • "Last developments and Results using SCORPION Force-Field." CFCAM Meeting "Experimental and theoretical characterization of macromolecular assemblies at low resolution", IBPC (Paris), April 8-9, 2013.
  • "SCORPION, un modèle gros-grain pour l’étude des protéines en interaction." Invited Seminar at MTI laboratory (Molécules Thérapeutiques In silico, INSERM UMR-S 973, Université Paris Diderot), June 8, 2012.
  • "Coupling NMR with a coarse-grained protein model to predict structures of petpides/proteins complexes." Workshop "Coarse-grained Modelling of Biological Systems", Institut de Biologie Physico-Chimique (Paris), November 23-24, 2011.
  • "SCORPION : A coarse-grained model for the study of solvated proteins." Journées Modélisation at ENS-Chimie Paris Tech (Paris), June 2010.
  • "Coarse-Grained Modeling of protein-protein interactions." Genopole Post-Doc Day, Evry (France), June 7th, 2007.
  • "Electrostatics on Particles : Application to the solvatation of complex molecules.". Molecular Modeling Intergroup Day, École Nationale de Chimie de Paris (France), December 19th, 2001.


  • "SCORPION : a Solvated CoaRse-grained Protein interactION model." Nathalie Basdevant, Daniel Borgis & Tap Ha-Duong. International meeting "Celebrating Computational Biology : A Tribute to Frank Blaney », Oxford (GB), September 2010.
  • "SCORPION : A modular coarse-grained model designed for solvated protein and their interactions." Nathalie Basdevant, Daniel Borgis & Tap Ha-Duong. ISQBP President’s Meeting 2010, « Folding and Recognition : Similarities and Differences », Cetraro (Italy), June 2010.
  • "A coarse-grained model for solvated protein-protein complexes." Nathalie Basdevant, Daniel Borgis & Tap Ha-Duong. ISQBP President’s Meeting 2008, "Pushing the Boundaries of Biomolecular Simulation", Ascona (Switzerland), June 8-13, 2008. PDF
  • "A Particle Based Implicit Solvent Model for Biomolecular Simulations." Nathalie Basdevant, Tap Ha-Duong & Daniel Borgis BIFI 2006 international meeting, "From Physics to Biology : The interface between Experiment and Computation", Saragoza (Spain), February 8-11, 2006. AIP Conference Proceedings (2006), 851:192-195. PDF
  • "On the Specificity of RGS proteins in Regulating G Protein-Mediated Receptor Signal Transduction Pathways." Marta Filizola, Nathalie Basdevant & Harel Weinstein. Biophysical Society Meeting 2006, Salt Lake City (USA), February 18-22, 2006.
  • "Adaptation and Compensation in PDZ domain recognition : A computational study." Nathalie Basdevant, Harel Weinstein & Marco Ceruso. Biophysical Society Meeting 2005, Long Beach (USA), February 12-16, 2005. PDF