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Computation of Biomolecular Structures

D. M. Soumpasis

Computation of Biomolecular Structures

Achievements, Problems and Perspectives

by D. M. Soumpasis

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Published by Springer .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsT. M. Jovin (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages252
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Open LibraryOL7447166M
ISBN 100387559515
ISBN 109780387559513

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This lecture note explains the following topics: structure of tissues and the molecular basis for macroscopic properties, chemical and electrical effects on mechanical behavior, cell mechanics, motility and adhesion, biomembranes, biomolecular mechanics and molecular motors.   Molecular Computing Imagine computers orders of magnitude more powerful and far cheaper than today’s machines. That’s one promise of a field that uses individual molecules as microscopic : David Rotman.

"This book provides an excellent introduction to the modeling of biomolecular structures and dynamics. The book’s appendices complement the material in the main text through homework assignments, reading lists, and other information useful for teaching molecular : Springer-Verlag New York. "The Guide to Biomolecular Simulations intends to provide students and nonexperts with an introductory, self-contained course about the application of molecular dynamics and related methodologies. The book emerged from a biophysics course held at Harvard in the s and is therefore suited for standalone self-study as well as for classroom useCited by: 7.


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Computation of Biomolecular Structures by D. M. Soumpasis Download PDF EPUB FB2

Computational techniques have become an indispensable part of Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Molecular Design.

In conjunction with refined experimental methods and powerful hardware, they enable us to analyze and visualize biomolecular structures, simulate their motions and to a variable degree understand their physicochemical properties and function. Computation of Biomolecular Structures Achievements, Problems, and Perspectives.

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Anton [and others] --From sequence similarity to structural homology of proteins / Christian Sander and Reinhard Schneider --Equilibrium distribution of secondary structures. Get this from a library. Computation of Biomolecular Structures: Achievements, Problems, and Perspectives. [D M Soumpasis; T M Jovin] -- The material in the book covers a deliberately wide range of topics concerning the study and modelling of biomolecules (DNA, RNA, Proteins) using computer techniques.

Methods for structure. work opens new perspectives on just how computation may be speci ed at the biological level. Keywords: biomolecular, computation, programmability, universality.

1 Biochemical universality and programming It has been known for some time that various forms of biomolecular compu-tation are Turing complete [7,8,10,12,25,29,32,33].

The net e ect is. Biomolecular structure is the intricate folded, three-dimensional shape that is formed by a molecule of protein, DNA, or RNA, and that is important to its structure of these molecules may be considered at any of several length scales ranging from the level of individual atoms to the relationships among entire protein useful distinction among scales is often expressed.

The computation of the ionic environment around charged biomolecular structures has been a topic of continous interest over the past thirty years. Ionic interactions play an important role in the structural stability and transition of biomolecules, binding equilibria Cited by: 2.

This work opens new perspectives on just how computation may be specified at the biological level. Keywords: biomolecular, computation, programmability, universality.

1 Biochemical universality and programming It has been known for some time that various forms of biomolecular computation are Turing complete [7,8,10,12,25,29,32,33].Cited by: 2. In this introduction, I wish to outline the current scope of the field and assemble some basic arguments that biomolecular computation is of central importance to both computer science and biology.

Readers will also find arguments for not dismissing DNA Computing as limited to exhaustive search and for a qualitatively distinctive advantage over. Biomolecular+ComputingSystems+ Harish’Chandran*,SudhanshuGarg*,Nikhil’Gopalkrishnan*,’John’Reif*’ *Department’of’Computer’Science,’Duke’University.

Each chapter of the book is well laid out, beautifully illustrated and serves up all the critical information necessary for someone starting out in biomolecular crystallography - from the principles of X-ray diffraction through to data collection, phasing, structure determination, validation and interpretation/5(22).

results may be best viewed as more predictive and interpretative cothannclusive; together, computation and ex-perimentation can aid the testing and development of coherent theories for the mechanism of a biomolecular phe-nomenon.

Simulation approaches are especially well-suited to studies of biomolecular structure and dynamics, for rea-Cited by: The work addresses problems from gene regulation, neuroscience, phylogenetics, molecular networks, assembly and folding of biomolecular structures, and the use of clustering methods in biology.

A number of these chapters are surveys of new topics that have. Bio computers use systems of biologically derived molecules—such as DNA and proteins—to perform computational calculations involving storing, retrieving, and processing data.

The development of biocomputers has been made possible by the expanding new science of term nanobiotechnology can be defined in multiple ways; in a more general sense, nanobiotechnology can.

In collaboration with U.S. industry, government agencies, and scientific institutions, the Biomolecular Structure and Function Group develops precision measurement and modeling tools and standards to support determination of biomolecular structure, dynamics, energetics and function.

acids to form larger structures through the pro cesses of ligation and hybridization (more b elo win Section ). The rst DNA-based molecular computation is summarized in Fig. Sp eci cally, Adleman assigned w ell c hosen unique single-stranded molecules to represen t the v ertices, used W atson-Cric k complemen ts of the corresp onding halv.

Molecular surface visualization allows researchers to see where structures are exposed to solvent, where structures come into contact, and to view the overall architecture of large biomolecular complexes such as trans-membrane channels and virus capsids.

BE/CS/CNS/Bi ab. Biomolecular Computation. 9 units () second term; () third term. Prerequisite: none. Recommended: ChE/BECS 21, CS ab, or equivalent. This course investigates computation by molecular systems, emphasizing models of computation based on the underlying physics, chemistry, and organization of biological cells.

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The book's appendices complement the material in the main text through homework assignments, reading lists, and other information useful for teaching molecular modeling.\par The book is intended for students of an interdisciplinary graduate course in molecular modeling as well as for researchers (physicists, mathematicians and engineers) to get.

Biomolecular computation uses a different paradigm of computing than that of the semiconductor computer. It includes several branches based on different molecular materials or molecular structures.We use cookies to offer you a better experience, personalize content, tailor advertising, provide social media features, and better understand the use of our services.The book's appendices complement the material in the main text through homework assignments, reading lists, and other information useful for teaching molecular modeling.\par The book is intended for students of an interdisciplinary graduate course in molecular modeling as well as for researchers (physicists, mathematicians and engineers) to get Cited by: