MD simulations reveal chaos in electron transport
- Last Updated: Thursday, 11 May 2017 12:51
Using Martini, we were able to simulate the spontaneous binding and unbinding of electron carriers to photosystem II, one of the key protein complexes in photosynthesis. For more details, please see the full paper:
. Exchange pathways of plastoquinone and plastoquinol in the photosystem II complex. Nature Commun. 8:15214, 2017. http://rdcu.be/rU3i
or check out the various press releases (including a cool movie):
RNA beta release
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 10 May 2017 18:48
Always dreamt about mixing RNA with other Martini ingredients? Here is your chance: RNA beta release.
Announcing the 2017 Martini Coarse-Graining Workshop
- Last Updated: Wednesday, 10 May 2017 18:50
Are you impressed by the interesting science done by using the Martini coarse-grained model, and do you want to hear from the developers about the philosophy, background, current, and future developments of Martini? Moreover, do you want to practice coarse-graining skills under the guidance of Martini experts? The Martini summerschool is the place for you!
- Last Updated: Thursday, 23 March 2017 09:19
A nice application of the Martini DNA model in assessing properties of membrane spanning DNA-based nanopores:
Maingi et al., Nature Comm. 14784 (2017). doi:10.1038/ncomms14784
Intoxicated MscL (too many Martinis ?)
- Last Updated: Friday, 03 March 2017 11:20
Membrane mediated effects of alcohols on MscL function revealed using
high throughput, 600+, Martini simulations.
M.N. Melo, C. Arnarez, H. Sikkema, N. Kumar, M. Walko, H.J.C. Berendsen, A. Kocer, S.J. Marrink, H.I. Ingólfsson. High-throughput simulations reveal membrane-mediated effects of alcohols on MscL gating. JACS, 139:2664–2671, 2017. open access