1.Liu, F., A.H. Morrison, and T. Gregor (2013). ”Dynamic interpretation of transcription factor concentration in the Drosophila segmentation gene network”, PNAS, 110 (17), 6724-6729. Research highlight in Nature Reviews Genetics.
2.Liu, F., D.G. Du, A.A. Fuller, J.E. Davoren, P. Wipf, J.W. Kelly, and M. Gruebele (2008). “An experimental survey of the transition between two-state and downhill protein folding scenarios”, PNAS, 105, 2369-2374
3.Fuller, A.A., D.G. Du, F. Liu, J.E. Davoren, G. Kroon, H. J. Dyson, E.T. Powers, P. Wip, M. Gruebele, and J.W. Kelly (2009). “Evaluating β-Turn mimics as β-Sheet folding nucleators”. PNAS, 106,11067-11072
4.Liu, F., Y.G. Gao, and M. Gruebele (2010). “A survey of lambda repressor fragments from two-state to downhill folding”. Journal Molecular Biology, 397(3), 789-9.
5.Liu, F., M. Nakaema, and M. Gruebele (2009). “The transition state transit time of WW domain folding is controlled by energy landscape roughness”. Journal of Chemical Physics, 131, 19,195101-195110. JCP Editor's Choice – 2009
6.Liu, F. and M. Gruebele (2008). “Downhill dynamics and the molecular phase in protein folding”. Chemical Physics Letters, Frontiers Article, 461,1-8. Invited review, cover highlight
7.Liu, F., Y.G. Gao, and M. Gruebele (2010). “A survey of lambda repressor fragments from two-state to downhill folding”. Journal Molecular Biology, 397(3), 789-9
8.Liu, F., C. Maynard, G. Scott, A. Melnykov, K.B. Hall, and M. Gruebele (2010). “A natural missing link between activated and downhill protein folding scenarios”. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 12, 3542 – 3549.
9.Liu, F., C. Dumont, Y.J. Zhu, F. Gai and M. Gruebele (2009). “A one-dimensional free energy surface does not account for two-probe folding kinetics of protein a3D”. Journal of Chemical Physics, 130,6-11.
10.Liu, F. and M. Gruebele (2007). “Tuning λ6-85 towards downhill folding near the unfolding transition midpoint”, Journal Molecular Biology, 370 (3), 574-584.