Two-Level Approach to Efficient Visualization of Protein Dynamics

@article{Lampe2007TwoLevelAT,
  title={Two-Level Approach to Efficient Visualization of Protein Dynamics},
  author={Ove Daae Lampe and Ivan Viola and Nathalie Reuter and Helwig Hauser},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics},
  year={2007},
  volume={13},
  pages={1616-1623}
}
Proteins are highly flexible and large amplitude deformations of their structure, also called slow dynamics, are often decisive to their function. We present a two-level rendering approach that enables visualization of slow dynamics of large protein assemblies. Our approach is aligned with a hierarchical model of large scale molecules. Instead of constantly updating positions of large amounts of atoms, we update the position and rotation of residues, i.e., higher level building blocks of a… CONTINUE READING
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