Distance-dependent dielectric constants and their application to double-helical DNA.

@article{Mazur1991DistancedependentDC,
  title={Distance-dependent dielectric constants and their application to double-helical DNA.},
  author={Joe Mazur and Robert L. Jernigan},
  journal={Biopolymers},
  year={1991},
  volume={31 13},
  pages={1615-29}
}
Detailed studies of structures of biological macromolecules, even in simplified models, involve many costly and time-consuming calculations. Any thorough methods require sampling of an extremely large conformation and momentum space. Calculations of electrostatic interactions, which depend on many physical factors, such as the details of solvent, solvent accessibility in macromolecules, and molecular polarizability, are always developed in a compromise between more rigorous, detailed models and… CONTINUE READING

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