Molecular Mechanics

    Molecular mechanics use the Newtonian mechanics to design the molecular systems. It is used to study the molecule systems ranging from small to large in size and complexity in biological systems with many thousands to millions of atoms. Each molecular mechanics should follow the properties saying that each atom is one particle, each particle has its radius, polarizability, and constant net change, and the bonded interactions are treated as springs. It is used in applications like, to find the force applied to a particle, for energy minimization. Binding constant, protein folding kinetics, active site coordinates and design binding sites are calculated using molecular mechanics in energy minimization
  • Track 1-1 Molecular Dynamics
  • Track 2-2 Molecular Mechanics in Energy Minimization
  • Track 3-3 Software of Molecular Mechanics
  • Track 4-4 Hardware of Molecular Mechanics

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