4 edition of Molecular description of biological membranes by computer aided conformational analysis found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||editor, Robert Brasseur.|
|Contributions||Brasseur, Robert, Ph. D.|
|LC Classifications||QH601 .M644 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0849363756, 0849363764|
|LC Control Number||90002530|
Membranes to Molecular Machinesexplores just how late twentieth-century science came to think of our cells and bodies this way. This story is told through the lens of membrane research, an unwritten history at the crossroads of molecular biology, biochemistry, physiology, and the neurosciences, that directly feeds into today's synthetic biology. During recent decades it has become feasible to simulate the dynamics of molecular systems on a computer. The method of molecular dynamics (MD) solves Newton's equations of motion for a molecular system, which results in trajectories for all atoms in the system. From these atomic trajectories a variety of properties can be calculated. Christian D. Klein and Anke Bachelier, Molecular modeling and bioinformatical analysis of the antibacterial target enzyme MurA from a drug design perspective, Journal of Computer-Aided Molecular Design, /s, 20, , (), ().
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AMolecular Description of Biological Membrane Components by Computer Aided Conformational Analysis - CRC Press Book First published inthe goal of these two volumes is to help fill the gap between theory and experiment in membrane science. Molecular Description of Biological Membrane Components by Computer Aided Conformational Analysis, Volume I: Medicine & Health Science Books @ The goal of these two volumes is to help fill the gap between theory and experiment in membrane science.
This is the only work available today which covers the domain of computer-aided conformational analyses of membranes. Written in a detailed, yet comprehensive manner, this book uses the semi-empirical approach as a way to give a molecular description of the membrane structure in organized.
Molecular description of biological membranes by computer aided conformational analysis. [Robert Brasseur, Ph. D.;] Covers the domain of computer-aided conformational analyses of membranes. This book uses the semi-empirical approach as a way to give a molecular description of the membrane structure in organized.
This is the only work available today which covers the domain of computer-aided conformational analyses of membranes. Written in a detailed, yet comprehensive manner, this book uses the semi-empirical approach as a way to give a molecular description of the membrane structure in organized systems.
Book Description First published inthe goal of these two volumes is to help fill the gap between theory and experiment in membrane Molecular description of biological membranes by computer aided conformational analysis book.
Those involved with biochemistry, biophysics, pharmacology, and biology will find these volumes interesting and informative.
AMolecular Description of Biological Membrane Components by Computer Aided Conformational Analysis. DOI link for AMolecular Description of Biological Membrane Components by Computer Aided Conformational Analysis. AMolecular Description of Biological Membrane Components by Computer Aided Conformational Analysis bookCited by: Author(s): Brasseur,Robert,Ph.
Title(s): Molecular description of biological membranes by computer aided conformational analysis/ editor, Robert Brasseur. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Boca Raton: CRC Press, c Colson, A.M., Turnpower, B.L. and Brasseur () Insight into cytochrome b structure-function relationship by the combined approaches of genetics and computer modeling, in “Molecular description of biological membranes by computer-aided conformational analysis”, Brasseur ed, CRC Press, vol II, pp – Google ScholarAuthor: D.
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Biological membranes are crucial to cell life as they perform a variety of functions. The plasma membrane, which is the outer cell membrane, encloses the cell, defines its boundaries, senses external signals, serves as a selective barrier for water and ions, and. Centre ALGATECH, Institute of Microbiology, Czech Academy of Sciences, Novohradska – Opatovicky mlyn, CZ 01 Trebon, Czech Republic Interests: isolation and structural elucidation of new leads compounds as anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory, and anti-cancer drugs; exploration of the QSI and the QS molecules for development of antivirulence drug therapy; cyanobacteria as a source of.
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Computational and Theoretical Chemistry Group (CATCO), Department of Chemistry, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX,USA Interests: theoretical chemistry; method development and application; de novo catalyst design; quantum chemical description of enzyme catalysis; bonding theory based on vibrational spectroscopy; conformational analysis of macromolecules including DNA.
The paper presents an approach and computer-aided method of numerical evaluation of the quality of porous membranes used as scaffolds for cultivation of chondrocytes in regeneration of biological tissues.
The scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of × and × magnification presenting the sections of artificial polyvinylpyrrolidone membranes obtained in two alternative Author: Juliusz L.
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Employing conformational analysis in the molecular modeling of agrochemicals: insights on QSAR parameters of 2,4-D. Not in a biological medium, the conformational equilibrium of undissociated 2,4-D is dictated by a balance of hyperconjugation and Lewis-type interactions.
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