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New postdoc
Monday, 15 October 2012
From October 2012, Gadzikano Munyuki joins the group as a new postdoc, visiting from Cape Town, South Africa. Welcome!
 
Dr. Daniel Larsson
Monday, 28 May 2012
On friday 25th of May 2012, Daniel Larsson succesfully defended his Ph.D. thesis "Exploring the Molecular Dynamics of Protein and Viruses". The opponent for the faculty was Prof. Modesto Orozco. Congratulations to Dr. Daniel!
 
Virus Dissolution Paper
Friday, 11 May 2012
The first paper by Daniel Larsson about virus structure and dynamics has now been published in PLoS Computational Biology. The study shows how the satellite tobacco necrosis virus opens up to let in water once the Calcium ions are removed, something that is though to happen after infection. More virus work is on it's way! The paper is listed on the university research news pages, and now also at the website of the Swedish chemical society  and in Biomedical computation review .
 
Cholesterol & Cyclodextrin
Friday, 23 March 2012
Two new papers have recently been published, one about the effect of cholesterol on membrane permeability: a Master's final project by Christian Wennberg that made it into J. Amer. Chem. Soc., and a project about cyclodextrin host-guest complexes by Haiyang Zhang, in J. Phys. Chem. B. The Cholesterol paper was highlighted as a Key Scientific Article by Global Medical Discovery .
 
Virtual Chemistry
Monday, 28 November 2011
We have launched a new webserver at http://virtualchemistry.org where one can download validated  GROMACS toplogy and coordinate files for 145 molecular liquids. Files are available for the GAFF and OPLS/AA force fields. We also provide experimental data (fully rerefenced) of eight physical properties. The work is described in two papers, in J. Chem. Theor. Comput. and Bioinformatics . Update: The JCTC paper is now part of the free sample issue that can be found here .
 
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