A. V. Nasedkin

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We propose to develop mean field theory in combination with Glauber algorithm, to model and interpret protein dynamics and structure formation in small to wide angle x-ray scattering (S/WAXS) experiments. We develop the methodology by analysing the Engrailed homeodomain protein as an example. We demonstrate how to interpret S/WAXS data with a good precision(More)
The folding and unfolding of protein domains is an apparently cooperative process, but transient intermediates have been detected in some cases. Such (un)folding intermediates are challenging to investigate structurally as they are typically not long-lived and their role in the (un)folding reaction has often been questioned. One of the most well studied(More)
The work deals with the modeling of thermoelastic composites with regular and irregular structures. The approaches to the modeling of the effective properties include the construction of the representative volumes with account for microstructure, the effective moduli method for the mechanics of composites, and the finite element technologies for solving the(More)
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