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School of Chemistry > Complex Systems Simulation DTC" and Year is 2020

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Type: Article | 2020 | Item not available on this server.

The role of electrostatics in enzymes: do biomolecular force fields reflect protein electric fields? - Richard Bradshaw, Jacek Dziedzic, Chris-Kriton Skylaris and Jonathan W. Essex
Type: Article | 2020

Type: Article | 2020

grand: a Python module for grand canonical water sampling in OpenMM - Marley Luke Samways, Hannah Bruce Macdonald and Jonathan W. Essex
Type: Article | 2020

BRIDGE an open platform for reproducible high throughput free energy simulations - Tharindu Senapathi, Miroslav Suruzhon, Christopher B. Barnett, Jonathan W. Essex and Kevin J. Naidoo
Type: Article | 2020

Type: Thesis | 2020 | University of Southampton

Type: Book Section | 2020 | IntechOpen

ProtoCaller: robust automation of binding free energy calculations - Miroslav Suruzhon, Tharindu Senapathi, Michael S. Bodnarchuk, Russell Viner, Ian D. Wall, Christopher B. Barnett, Kevin J. Naidoo and Jonathan W. Essex
Type: Article | 2020

Prioritising conservation actions for biodiversity: Lessening the impact from habitat fragmentation and climate change - Nicholas W. Synes, Aurore Ponchon, Stephen C.f. Palmer, Patrick E. Osborne, Greta Bocedi, Justin M.j. Travis and Kevin Watts
Type: Article | 2020 | Item availability restricted.

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