Kari Gaalswyk

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The membrane permeability coefficient of a solute can be estimated using the solubility-diffusion model. This model requires the diffusivity profile (D(z)) of the solute as it moves along the transmembrane axis, z. The generalized Langevin equation provides one strategy for calculating position-dependent diffusivity from straightforward molecular dynamics(More)
The 3D atomic structures of biomolecules and their complexes are key to our understanding of biomolecular function, recognition, and mechanism. However, it is often difficult to obtain structures, particularly for systems that are complex, dynamic, disordered, or exist in environments like cell membranes. In such cases sparse data from a variety of(More)
Computer modeling is a popular tool to identify the most-probable conformers of a molecule. Although the solvent can have a large effect on the stability of a conformation, many popular conformational search methods are only capable of describing molecules in the gas phase or with an implicit solvent model. We have developed a work-flow for performing a(More)
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