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- Stephen C. Harvey, Robert K.-Z. Tan, Thomas E. Cheatham
- Journal of Computational Chemistry
- 1998

- Robert K.-Z. Tan, Anton S. Petrov, Stephen C. Harvey
- Journal of chemical theory and computation
- 2006

Coarse-grained models can be very different from all-atom models and are highly varied. Each class of model is assembled very differently and some models need customized versions of the standard molecular mechanics methods. The most flexible way to meet these diverse needs is to provide access to internal data structures and a programming language to… (More)

- Robert K.-Z. Tan, Stephen C. Harvey
- Journal of Computational Chemistry
- 1993

- Robert K.-Z. Tan, M. Prabhakaran, C. S. Tung, Stephen C. Harvey
- Computer Applications in the Biosciences
- 1988

AUGUR is a program to predict, display and analyze the three-dimensional structure of B-DNA. The user can choose one of six models to predict the helical parameters of a given sequence. These parameters are then used to generate the coordinates of the DNA model in three-dimensional space (trajectory). The trajectory can be displayed and rotated on a… (More)

- Arun Mlhotra, Robert K.-Z. Tan, Stephen C. Harvey
- Journal of Computational Chemistry
- 1994

- Qizhi Cui, Robert K.-Z. Tan, Stephen C. Harvey, David A. Case
- Multiscale Modeling & Simulation
- 2006

Low-resolution molecular models can provide appropriate and efficient ways for studying large biomolecular systems such as the ribosome. We have developed computer codes that use the Yammp Under Python modeling package to assemble low-resolution force fields for RNA-protein complexes, and that connect these to the Amber molecular simulation package. This… (More)

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