Chapter 7 Multiscale Simulation of Membranes and Membrane Proteins: Connecting Molecular Interactions to Mesoscopic Behavior

Gary S. Ayton, Sergei Izvekov, William George Noid, Gregory A. Voth

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Abstract

Current progress in the field of the multiscale simulation of membranes is presented. A general survey of various simulation methods, and how they can relate to the overall multiscale spatial and temporal problem associated with membranes is given. An overview of our current simulation methodology in this area is summarized, as well as a set of selected research applications.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationComputational Modeling of Membrane Bilayers
EditorsScott Feller
Pages181-225
Number of pages45
DOIs
StatePublished - Jul 1 2008

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NameCurrent Topics in Membranes
Volume60
ISSN (Print)1063-5823

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  • Molecular Biology
  • Cell Biology

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Ayton, G. S., Izvekov, S., Noid, W. G., & Voth, G. A. (2008). Chapter 7 Multiscale Simulation of Membranes and Membrane Proteins: Connecting Molecular Interactions to Mesoscopic Behavior. In S. Feller (Ed.), Computational Modeling of Membrane Bilayers (pp. 181-225). (Current Topics in Membranes; Vol. 60). https://doi.org/10.1016/S1063-5823(08)00007-0
Ayton, Gary S. ; Izvekov, Sergei ; Noid, William George ; Voth, Gregory A. / Chapter 7 Multiscale Simulation of Membranes and Membrane Proteins : Connecting Molecular Interactions to Mesoscopic Behavior. Computational Modeling of Membrane Bilayers. editor / Scott Feller. 2008. pp. 181-225 (Current Topics in Membranes).
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Ayton GS, Izvekov S, Noid WG, Voth GA. Chapter 7 Multiscale Simulation of Membranes and Membrane Proteins: Connecting Molecular Interactions to Mesoscopic Behavior. In Feller S, editor, Computational Modeling of Membrane Bilayers. 2008. p. 181-225. (Current Topics in Membranes). https://doi.org/10.1016/S1063-5823(08)00007-0