Mgr. Petr Stadlbauer

Tel: 58 563 4769, E-mail:, Room: 3.009

Research interests



International experience



  1. Havrila M, Stadlbauer P, Islam B, Otyepka M, Šponer J: Effect of Monovalent Ion Parameters on Molecular Dynamics Simulations of G-Quadruplexes. J. Chem. Theory Comput., 13(8), 3911–3926, 2017. (DOI)
  2. Islam B, Stadlbauer P, Ley AG, Pérez-Hernández G, Haider S, Neidle S, Bussi G, Banáš P, Otyepka M, Šponer J: Exploring the Dynamics of Propeller Loops in Human Telomeric DNA Quadruplexes Using Atomistic Simulations. J. Chem. Theory Comput., 13(6), 2458–2480, 2017. (DOI)
  3. Šponer J, Bussi G, Stadlbauer P, Kührová P, Banáš P, Islam B, Haider S, Neidle S, Otyepka M: Folding of guanine quadruplex molecules–funnel-like mechanism or kinetic partitioning? An overview from MD simulation studies. Biochim. Biophys. Acta, Gen. Subj., 1861(5), 1246–1263, 2017. (DOI)


  1. Stadlbauer P, Mazzanti L, Cragnolini T, Wales DJ, Derreumaux P, Pasquali S, Šponer J: Coarse-Grained Simulations Complemented by Atomistic Molecular Dynamics Provide New Insights into Folding and Unfolding of Human Telomeric G-Quadruplexes. J. Chem. Theory Comput., 12(12), 6077–6097, 2016. (DOI)


  1. Krepl M, Havrila M, Stadlbauer P, Banáš P, Otyepka M, Pasulka J, Štefl R, Šponer J: Can We Execute Stable Microsecond-Scale Atomistic Simulations of Protein–RNA Complexes?. J. Chem Theory Comput., 11(3), 1220-1243, 2015. (DOI)
  2. Stadlbauer P, Kührová P, Banáš P, Koča J, Bussi G, Trantírek L, Otyepka M, Šponer J: Hairpins participating in folding of human telomeric sequence quadruplexes studied by standard and T-REMD simulations. Nucleic. Acids Res., 43(20), 9626-9644, 2015. (DOI)


  1. Šponer J, Banáš P, Jurečka P, Zgarbová M, Kührová P, Havrila M, Krepl M, Stadlbauer P, Otyepka M: Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Nucleic Acids. From Tetranucleotides to the Ribosome. J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 5(10), 1771-1782, 2014. (DOI)


  1. Krepl M, Zgarbová M, Stadlbauer P, Otyepka M, Banáš P, Koča J, Cheatham TE, Jurečka P, Šponer J: Reference Simulations of Noncanonical Nucleic Acids with Different chi Variants of the AMBER Force Field: Quadruplex DNA, Quadruplex RNA, and Z-DNA. J. Chem. Theory Comput., 8(7), 2506-2520, 2012. (DOI)