Water at biomolecular binding interfaces.


Water molecules are often found at the binding interface of biomolecular complexes mediating the interaction between polar groups via hydrogen bonds, or simply filling space providing van der Waals interactions. Recent studies have demonstrated the importance of taking such water molecules into account in docking and binding affinity prediction. Here, we… (More)

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@article{Li2007WaterAB, title={Water at biomolecular binding interfaces.}, author={Zheng Li and Themis Lazaridis}, journal={Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP}, year={2007}, volume={9 5}, pages={573-81} }