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Modeling of Microscale Transport in Biological Processes by Sid Becker

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Chapter 1

Molecular Simulations of Complex Membrane Models

D. Jefferies; S. Khalid1    School of Chemistry, University of Southampton, Southampton, United Kingdom1Chapter coordinator.

Abstract

Biological membranes have been an active area of research within the biomolecular simulation community for two decades or so now. Thus there is a rich body of literature describing computational studies of membrane proteins, lipids, drugs that interact with membranes, and the interactions between these different types of molecule. The models used in these studies were simplified for a number of reasons, including computational feasibility.

More recently, simulations have started to incorporate the biochemical complexity of real biological membranes. ...

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