CHAMBER : Comprehensive Support for CHARMM Force Fields Within the AMBER Software

@inproceedings{Crowley2009CHAMBERC,
  title={CHAMBER : Comprehensive Support for CHARMM Force Fields Within the AMBER Software},
  author={Michael F. Crowley and Mark J. Williamson and Ross C. Walker},
  year={2009}
}
The similarity of the AMBER force field’s energy functional form with that of the CHARMM force field, gives the potential for direct translation of common bonding and nonbonding terms, along with their parameters, present in CHARMM topology and parameter files, with the intent of evaluation within the AMBER software; specifically the SANDER and PMEMD dynamics engines. To this extent, we have created a tool, CHAMBER, which can take a CHARMM protein structure file (PSF), coordinate file (COR) and… CONTINUE READING

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