Simulation of Functional Motions in Enzymes



Data related to: "Structure and function in homodimeric enzymes: simulations of cooperative and independent functional motions". Wells SA, Van der Kamp MW, Mulholland AJ. PLOS ONE, 2015.

Results from two different simulation methods, normal-mode biased geometric simulations of flexible motion and conventional molecular dynamics, as applied to two different homodimeric enzymes, the DcpS scavanger decapping enzyme and citrate synthase.
Date made available14 Jul 2015
PublisherUniversity of Bristol

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  • 1 Article (Academic Journal)

Structure and Function in Homodimeric Enzymes: Simulations of Cooperative and Independent Functional Motions

Wells, S., Van der Kamp, M., Mcgeagh, J. & Mulholland, A., 4 Aug 2015, In : PLoS ONE. 10, 8, 21 p., e0133372.

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    Wells, S. (Creator), Kamp, M. V. D. (Creator), McGeagh, J. (Contributor), Mulholland, A. (Data Manager) (14 Jul 2015). Simulation of Functional Motions in Enzymes. University of Bristol. 10.5523/bris.1klro7qjw27xi19qrcs1bb2nt6