Publications HAL des membres

Vinh Tran


    • [1] Semi-rational approach for converting a GH1 β-glycosidase into a β-transglycosidase.
      David Teze, Johann Hendrickx, Mirjam Czjzek, David Ropartz, Yves-Henri Sanejouand, Vinh Tran, Charles Tellier, Michel Dion.


    • [2] Enhancing the enantioselectivity of CALB by substrate imprinting: A combined experimental and molecular dynamics simulation model study
      Ludovic Chaput, Zsuzsanna Marton, Philippe Pineau, Lisiane Domon, Vinh Tran, Marianne Graber.
    • [3] Contribution of both catalytic constant and Michaelis constant to CALB enantioselectivity; use of FEP calculations for prediction studies
      L. Chaput, Yves-Henri Sanejouand, Asma Balloumi, Vinh Tran, Marianne Graber.
    • [4] Thumb-loops up for catalysis: a structure/function investigation of a functional loop movement in a GH11 xylanase
      Gabriel Paës, Juan Cortés, Thierry Siméon, Michael O'Donohue, Vinh Tran.


    • [5] Mutations in the stereospecificity pocket and at the entrance of the active site of Candida antarctica lipase B enhancing enzyme enantioselectivity
      Zsuzsanna Marton, Valérie Léonard, Per-Olof Syren, Cédric Bauer, Sylvain Lamare, Karl Hult, Vinh Tran, Marianne Graber.
    • [6] Rational design of a GH1 {beta}-glycosidase to prevent self-condensation during the transglycosylation reaction
      Vinh Tran, Lionel Hoffmann, Claude Rabiller, Charles Tellier, Michel Dion.


    • [7] Engineering of glucoside acceptors for the regioselective synthesis of beta-(1-->3)-disaccharides with glycosynthases
      Zsuzsanna Marton, Vinh Tran, Charles Tellier, Michel Dion, Jullien Drone, Claude Rabiller.


    • [8] Mutations in the gene encoding filamin A as a cause for familial cardiac valvular dystrophy
      Vinh Tran, F. Kyndt, J.P. Gueffet, V. Probst, P. Jaafar, A. Legendre, F. Le Boufant, C. Toquet, L. Mcgregor, E. Roy, S.A. Lynch, R. Newbury-Ecob, I. Young, J.N. Trochu,, H. Lemarec, J.J. Schott.
    • [9] Directed evolution of the a-l-Fucosidase from Thermotoga maritima into an a-l-transfucosidase.
      Michel Dion, Jullien Drone, Claude Rabiller, Charles Tellier, George Osanjo, Claude Solleux, Vinh Tran.
    • [10] Directed evolution of the alpha-L-fucosidase from Thermotoga maritima into an alpha-L-transfucosidase.
      George Osanjo, Michel Dion, Jullien Drone, Claude Solleux, Vinh Tran, Claude Rabiller, Charles Tellier.


    • [11] Docking of the human interleukin-15 to its specific receptor a chain. Correlation between molecular modelling and mutagenesis experimental data.
      A. Quemener, J. Bernard, E. Mortier, Y. Jacques, A. Plet, Vinh Tran.


    • [12] Converting a beta-glycosidase into a beta-transglycosidase by directed evolution
      Hui Yong Feng, Jullien Drone, Lionel Hoffmann, Vinh Tran, Charles Tellier, Claude Rabiller, Michel Dion.
    • [13] Thermus thermophilus glycosynthases for the efficient synthesis of galactosyl and glucosyl beta-(1 -> 3)-glycosides
      Jullien Drone, Hui Yong Feng, Charles Tellier, Lionel Hoffmann, Vinh Tran, Claude Rabiller, Michel Dion.


    • [14] Tyrosine 105 and Threonine 212 at Outermost Substrate Binding Subsites –6 and +4 Control Substrate Specificity, Oligosaccharide Cleavage Patterns, and Multiple Binding Modes of Barley α-Amylase
      Kristian Sass Bak-Jensen, Gwenaelle Andre-Leroux, Tine E. Gottschalk, Gabriel Paës, Vinh Tran, Birte Svensson.


    • [15] Impact of the lysine-188 and aspartic acid-189 inversion on activity of trypsin
      Loïc Briand, Jean-Marc Chobert, René Gantier, Nathalie Declerck, Vinh Tran, Joëlle Léonil, Daniel Mollé, Thomas Haertlé.


    • [16] Effect of pea and bovine trypsin inhibitors on wild-type and modified trypsins
      Laurice Pouvreau, Jean-Marc Chobert, Loïc Briand, Laurence Quillien, Vinh Tran, Jacques Guéguen, Thomas Haertlé.


    • [17] Regulation of trypsin activity by Cu2+ chelation of the substrate binding site
      Loïc Briand, Jean-Marc Chobert, J. Tauzin, Nathalie Declerck, Joëlle Léonil, Daniel Mollé, Vinh Tran, Thomas Haertlé.

Groupement de Recherche en Intégration de données Omics à Très grande Echelle