Download Molecular simulations and biomembranes : from biophysics to by Mark Sansom; Phillip Biggin PDF

By Mark Sansom; Phillip Biggin

Content material: advent & assessment; Methodologies and parameters for membrane simulations; Atomistic simulations of lipid bilayers (simple and complex); Coarse-grained simulations of lipids bilayers; Bilayers and small molecule (drug) permeability; Peptides & proteins - insertion, folding; Bionanotechnology and membrane simulations; Potassium channels; Ligand-gated ion channels; G-Protein couple receptors; Bacterial outer membrane proteins; delivery proteins; Multi-scale simulations for giant structures

Show description

Read Online or Download Molecular simulations and biomembranes : from biophysics to function PDF

Similar molecular biology books

Analysis of RNA-Protein Complexes in vitro

The primary position of RNA in lots of mobile procedures, in biotechnology, and as pharmaceutical brokers, has created an curiosity in experimental tools utilized to RNA molecules. This ebook offers scientists with a accomplished choice of completely proven updated manuals for investigating RNA-protein complexes in vitro.

BRS Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Genetics, Fifth Edition (Board Review Series)

Completely up-to-date for its 5th variation, this well known evaluation booklet is a wonderful relief for USMLE Step 1 coaching and for coursework in biochemistry, molecular biology, and genetics. Chapters are written in an summary structure and comprise pedagogical good points corresponding to bolded keyword phrases, figures, tables, algorithms, and highlighted medical correlates.

Chromatin and Chromatin Remodeling Enzymes, Part A

DNA within the nucleus of plant and animal cells is kept within the kind of chromatin. Chromatin and the Chromatin remodellng enzymes play a huge function in gene transcription. *Histone Bioinformatics*Biochemistry of histones, nucleosomes and chromatin*Molecular cytology of chromatin services

Permeability of Biological Membranes

This ebook offers with organic membranes, makes a speciality of permeabilization and will pay specific cognizance to reversible permeabilization to keep up the viability and physiological stipulations of the cells. Selective permeability of organic membranes often referred to as semipermeability, partial permeability or differential permeability permits molecules to diffuse, go through passive and energetic or through different sorts of shipping tactics mediated via proteins.

Extra info for Molecular simulations and biomembranes : from biophysics to function

Sample text

Niemela, M. T. Hyvonen and I. Vattulainen, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 2009, 1788, 122–135. 11. M. L. Berkowitz, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 2009, 1788, 86–96. 12. S. J. Marrink, A. H. de Vries and D. P. Tieleman, Biochim. Biophys. Acta, 2009, 1788, 149–168. 13. C. Ane´zo, A. H. de Vries, H. D. Ho¨ltje, D. P. Tieleman and S. J. Marrink, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2003, 107, 9424–9433. 14. D. P. Tieleman, B. Hess and M. S. P. Sansom, Biophys. , 2002, 83, 2393–2407. 15. N. Sapay and D. P. Tieleman, in Computational Modeling of Membrane Bilayers, 2008, Vol.

Under nanoscopic scales, pressures of the order of 1000 bar are not necessarily exceptional, since the related energies are of the order of 1–10kBT,1,2 and compete with thermal fluctuations characterized by the thermal energy kBT. Nonetheless, whereas the absolute value of the pressure may not be a decisive factor, changes in pressure may play a major role in RSC Biomolecular Sciences No. P. Sansom and Philip C. 1 0 500 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 -3 -2 -1 0 1 2 3 z (nm) Headgroup pressure Interfacial pressure Chain pressure z (nm) -1000 -500 Description of the lateral pressure profiles in different lipid environments.

48. T. B. Woolf and B. Roux, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 1994, 91, 11631–11635. 49. C. Kandt, W. L. Ash and D. P. Tieleman, Methods, 2007, 41, 475–488. 24 Chapter 1 50. J. de Joannis, Y. Jiang, F. Yin and J. T. Kindt, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2006, 110, 25875–25882. 51. J. D. Faraldo-Gomez, G. R. Smith and M. S. Sansom, Eur. Biophys. , 2002, 31, 217–227. 52. S. Jo, T. Kim and W. Im, PLoS ONE, 2007, 2, e880. 53. A. P. Chetwynd, K. A. Scott, Y. Mokrab and M. S. Sansom, Mol. Membr. , 2008, 25, 662–669. 54.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.56 of 5 – based on 24 votes