Computational Studies of RNA and DNA

Springer Book Series - Volume 2

Edited by J. Šponer and F. Lankaš

 

Computational Studies of RNA and DNA includes, in an integrated way, modern computational studies of nucleic acids, ranging from advanced electronic structure quantum chemical calculations through explicit solvent molecular dynamics (MD) simulations up to mesoscopic modelling, with the main focus given to the MD field. It gives an equal emphasis to the leading methods and applications while successes, as well as pitfalls of the computational techniques are discussed.

Contributing Authors:
Bohdan Schneider, Helen M. Berman, Thomas E. Cheatham, III, David A. Case, Alexander D. MacKerell, Jr, Lennart Nilsson, Martin Zacharias, Modesto Orozco, Agnes Noy, Tim Meyer, Manuel Rueda, Carles Ferrer, Antonio Valencia, Alberto Pérez, Oliver Carrillo, Juan Fernandez-Recio, Xavier de la Cruz, F. Javier Luque, Catherine Kelso, Carlos Simmerling, Péter Várnai, Richard Lavery, David L. Beveridge, Surjit B. Dixit, Bethany L. Kormos, Anne M. Baranger, B. Jayaram, Wilma K. Olson, Andrew V. Colasanti, Yun Li, Wei Ge, Guohui Zheng, Victor B. Zhurkin, Tamar Schlick, Pascal Auffinger, Naďa Špačková, Jiří Šponer, Kevin Y. Sanbonmatsu, Petr Jurečka, Pavel Hobza, Judit E. Šponer, Jaroslav V. Burda, Jerzy Leszczynski, Juan Bertran, L. Blancafort, M. Noguera, Mariona Sodupe, M.K. Shukla, Célia Fonseca Guerra, F. Matthias Bickelhaupt, Alexander A. Voityuk, Wolfgang Schöfberger, Vladimír Sychrovský, Lukáš Trantírek, Sarah A. Harris, Charles A. Laughton, Filip Lankaš, Alexander Vologodskii, Jörg Langowski and Helmut Schiessel.

 

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