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[gmx-users] Freezing Spherical Nanoparticle
z***@tezu.ernet.in
2018-12-05 06:38:55 UTC
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Dear Users

I am trying to simulate a spherical metal-oxide nanoparticle (NP) and the
same NP with one protein of our interest.

I wanted to know, is it advisable to freeze the NP during the NP-Protein
simulation so as to keep the NP intact?

Any kind suggestion/s will be appreciated.

Thank You

Regards
Zaved Hazarika
Research Scholar
Dept. Of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology,
Tezpur University,
India


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