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Some questions that can be answered by molecular dynamics

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I will present a brief overview of MD simulations and then give a few examples of applications from our work involving topics such as damaged DNA , DNA-protein interactions, and protein stability. I will also mention sundry complementary experimental and computational methods. The field of molecular simulations is vast; hence this talk will not be a thorough review but rather is meant to give the flavor of this exciting area of computational biology.

This talk is part of the Computational and Systems Biology series.

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