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Quantum Molecular Unfolding

  title={Quantum Molecular Unfolding},
  author={Kevin Mato and Riccardo Mengoni and Daniele Ottaviani and Gianluca Palermo},
Molecular Docking (MD) is an important step of the drug discovery process which aims at calculating the preferred position and shape of one molecule to a second when they are bound to each other. During such analysis, 3D representations of molecules are manipulated according to their degree of freedoms: rigid roto-translation and fragment rotations along the rotatable bonds. In our work, we focused on one specific phase of the molecular docking procedure i.e. Molecular Unfolding (MU), which is… Expand


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