By Erik R. Lindahl (auth.), Andreas Kukol (eds.)
Molecular modeling has gone through a striking transformation within the final twenty years, as biomolecular simulation strikes from the world of experts to the broader educational group. Molecular Modeling of Proteins presents thorough introductions and a compilation of step by step equipment acceptable to difficulties confronted by means of non-specialists – specially these new to the software program applications utilized in molecular modeling. tips about troubleshooting and warding off universal pitfalls are incorporated during this booklet, in addition to chapters masking a variety of matters starting from unfastened power calculation to purposes for drug layout. Written through an across the world individual panel of investigators and outlining the main notable advancements within the box, Molecular Modeling of Proteins is a useful source for these within the undefined, in addition to a state of the art reference for college students and pros within the fields of chemistry, biochemistry, biology, biophysics and bioinformatics.