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Monte Carlo dynamics of a dense system of chain molecules constrained to lie near an interface. A simplified membrane model
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1990-09-15)
The static and dynamic properties of a dense system of flexible lattice chain molecules, one of whose ends is constrained to lie near an impenetrable interface, have been studied by means of the dynamic Monte Carlo method. ...
Static and dynamic properties of a new lattice model of polypeptide chains
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1991-03-01)
The equilibrium and dynamic properties of a new lattice model of proteins are explored in the athermal limit. In this model, consecutive -carbons of the model polypeptide are connected by vectors of the type (±2,±1,0). In ...
A reduced model of short range interactions in polypeptide chains
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995-09-08)
A simple model of short range interactions is proposed for a reduced lattice representation of polypeptide conformation. The potential is derived on the basis of statistical regularities seen in the known crystal structures ...
A Monte Carlo model of fd and Pf1 coat proteins in lipid membranes
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995-10)
A Monte Carlo Dynamics simulation was used to investigate the behavior of filamentous bacteriophage coat proteins in a model membrane environment. Our simulation agrees with the previous experimental observations that ...
An object oriented environment for artificial evolution of protein sequences: The example of rational design of transmembrane sequences
(Georgia Institute of Technology, 1995)
A system is presented for generating peptide sequences with desirable properties, using combination of neural network and artificial evolution. The process is illustrated by an example of a practical problem of ...