Series: Biological Modeling

This series focuses on the development and application of techniques from the physical and computational sciences to model important biological processes such as protein folding, biomolecular catalysis, the spread of disease, rational design of drugs, and the evolution of molecules and organisms.
Book Series: Protein Flexibility and Folding

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Volume 1. Protein Flexibility and Folding

Published: 27th July 2001 Authors: L.A. Kuhn M.F. Thorpe
Flexibility and Dynamics. Applications of NMR for the characterization of protein dynamics and folding (C. Bracken). Observation and simulation to study mechanical properties of proteins (B. Isralewitz et al.). Intrinsically disordered proteins (A.K. Dunker et al.). Predicting flexibility in proteins using constraint theory (M.F. Thorpe et al.). Structure and dynamics of 6-hydroxymethyl-7, 8-dihydropterin pyrophosphokinase (H. Yan et al.). Sampling activated mechanisms in proteins with the activation-relaxation technique (N. Mousseau et al.). Folding and Unfolding. Constructing smooth potential functions for protein folding (G.M. Crippen). Hydrogen exchange and protein folding (C. Woodward et al.). Structural transitions in neutral and charged proteins in vacuo (G.A. Arteca, O. Tapia). Capture and identification of folding intermediates of cystinyl proteins (J. Throck Watson et al.). Solid state NMR studies of membranes and membrane-bound systems (J. Yang et al.). Molecular simulations and acid-induced protein unfolding (W. Cornell et al.). Molecular dynamics simulations on protein folding and protein structure prediction (P. Kollman). Evolution and Design. Evolutionary perspectives on protein folding and stability (P.D. Williams et al.). The designability of protein structures (R. Helling et al.). Comparing protein structures: a Gaussain-based approach to the three-dimensional similarity of proteins (G.M. Maggiora et al.).