Robert T. C. Brownlee

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The molecular mechanics-Poisson-Boltzmann surface area (MM-PBSA) and MM-generalized-Born surface area (MM-GBSA) approaches are commonly used in molecular modeling and drug design. Four critical aspects of these approaches have been investigated for their effect on calculated binding energies: (1) the atomic partial charge method used to parameterize the(More)
Resistance remains a major issue with regards to HIV-1 protease, despite the availability of numerous HIV-1 protease inhibitors and copious amounts of structural and binding data. In an effort to improve our understanding of how HIV-1 protease is able to "outsmart" new drugs, we have investigated the flexibility of HIV-1 protease and in particular how it(More)
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