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Computer Modelling in Molecular Biology

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259 pages
This book supplies an application-oriented introduction to molecular simulation techniques used to study a wide range of problems in molecular biology. Each chapter focuses in detail on one kind of application, including the scientific background, the appropriate methodology and the relationship to experimental results.

The book contains many areas of interest to basic and industrial scientists, including:

- flexibility of peptides
- protein-peptide interactions
- ion translocation across membranes
- modelling protein and nucleic acid conformations
- stability of mutant proteins
- modelling conformational transitions

Currently the only up-to-date compilation available, this book enables readers to get an overview of the methods and how they are used in various specialized applications without having to search for them in a large number of papers in different journals.
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This book supplies an application-oriented introduction to molecular simulation techniques used to study a wide range of problems in molecular biology. Each chapter focuses in detail on one kind of application, including the scientific background, the appropriate methodology and the relationship to experimental results.

The book contains many areas of interest to basic and industrial scientists, including:

- flexibility of peptides
- protein-peptide interactions
- ion translocation across membranes

- modelling protein and nucleic acid conformations
- stability of mutant proteins
- modelling conformational transitions

Currently the only up-to-date compilation available, this book enables readers to get an overview of the methods and how they are used in various specialized applications without having to search for them in a large number of papers in different journals.