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Wang, Z.S.
Wang, Z.
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
115-May-2014A bioinspired design principle for DNA nanomotors: Mechanics-mediated symmetry breaking and experimental demonstrationCheng, J.; Sreelatha, S.; Loh, I.Y.; Liu, M.; Wang, Z. 
2Sep-2010A coordinated molecular 'fishing' mechanism in heterodimeric kinesinHou, R.; Wang, Z. 
325-Feb-2014Autonomous synergic control of nanomotorsLiu, M.; Hou, R.; Cheng, J.; Loh, I.Y.; Sreelatha, S.; Tey, J.N.; Wei, J.; Wang, Z. 
4Sep-2010Bio-inspired track-walking molecular motors (Perspective)Wang, Z. 
56-Dec-2012Bipedal nanowalker by pure physical mechanismsCheng, J.; Sreelatha, S.; Hou, R.; Efremov, A. ; Liu, R. ; Van Der Maarel, J.R.C. ; Wang, Z. 
62009Comprehensive physical mechanism of two-headed biomotor myosin vXu, Y.; Wang, Z. 
72013Directional fidelity of nanoscale motors and particles is limited by the 2nd law of thermodynamics - Via a universal equalityWang, Z. ; Hou, R.; Efremov, A. 
82015Dynamics in photoexcited DNA bases and related moleculesDou Y.; Wang Z. ; Li F.; Allen R.E.
915-Feb-2007Effects of a squeezed-vacuum reservoir on geometric phaseWang, Z.S. ; Wu, C. ; Feng, X.-L. ; Kwek, L.C. ; Lai, C.H. ; Oh, C.H. 
10May-2005Geometric phase and entanglement for massive spin-1 particlesWang, Z.S. ; Kwek, L.C. ; Lai, C.H. ; Oh, C.H. 
1115-Jun-2006Geometric phase in open two-level systemWang, Z.S. ; Kwek, L.C. ; Lai, C.H. ; On, C.H.
1221-Mar-2011Maximum directionality and systematic classification of molecular motorsEfremov, A. ; Wang, Z. 
132008Nonadiabatic simulation study of photoisomerization of azobenzene: Detailed mechanism and load-resisting capacityShao, J.; Lei, Y.; Wen, Z.; Dou, Y.; Wang, Z. 
148-Aug-2013Role of directional fidelity in multiple aspects of extreme performance of the F1-ATPase motorHou, R.; Wang, Z. 
152008Single-trial decoding of bistable perception based on sparse nonnegative tensor decompositionLiang H.; Wang Z. ; Maier A.; Logothetis N.K.
162009The intrinsic load-resisting capacity of kinesinZheng, W.; Fan, D.; Feng, M.; Wang, Z. 
1721-May-2019Track-walking molecular motors: A new generation beyond bridge-burning designsWang, Z ; Hou, R; Loh, IY 
187-Apr-2011Universal optimal working cycles of molecular motorsEfremov, A. ; Wang, Z.