In new paper, grad student Rob Raddi uses Deep Gaussian Processes to improve pKa predictions in the SAMPL7 challenge: https://rdcu.be/ctjkk https://doi.org/10.1007/s10822-021-00411-8… Nice work Rob!
In new work published in Journal of Chemical Information and Modeling, Ge et al. use molecular simulation study the binding mechanism of four designed cyclic… Read More »Congrats to Yunhui and Si on new JCIM paper
Congrats to Yunhui on our new book chapter “Markov State Models to Elucidate Ligand Binding Mechanism”, now available in MIMB: Protein-Ligand Interactions and Drug Design,… Read More »New book chapter on MSMs of ligand binding
Congrats to Matt Hurley and the multi-disciplinary team of Temple researchers from the Schafmeister, Zdilla, and Baxter groups on this new manuscript describing Metal-Binding Q-Proline… Read More »Congrats to Matt on Q-Pro macrocycle paper
SARS-CoV-2 COVID Moonshot absolute free energy calculations generated on Folding@home now released as an AWS Open Data Set
Folding@home has teamed up with Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) Disaster Response Program to publicly release all of our COVID-19 protein simulation data as an AWS Open Data… Read More »SARS-CoV-2 COVID Moonshot absolute free energy calculations generated on Folding@home now released as an AWS Open Data Set
On April 13-14, Shahlo Solieva presented her work, “Using Molecular Simulation to Understand the Role of Conserved Residues in an Extremophilic β-galactosidase,” at the Symposium… Read More »Shahlo presents at the The Symposium for Undergraduate Research and Creativity