Computer simulation of proteins: Thermodynamics and structure prediction
Over the last decade, computer simulations have become an increasingly important tool to study proteins. They now regularly complement experimental investigations and often are the only instrument to probe processes in the cell. Here, we summarize some of the algorithmic advances and review recent results that exemplify the progress over the last years. Our focus is on the thermodynamics and structure prediction of proteins, with information on the kinetics and dynamics inferred only indirectly. © 2008 EDP Sciences, SIF, Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.
European Physical Journal D
Computer simulation of proteins: Thermodynamics and structure prediction.
European Physical Journal D,
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