This project is the simulation of CheY, a bacterial protein used in many experimental studies of protein folding.
CheY has been studied as part of the cannon of simple proteins. However, it is much larger than proteins previously simulated on FAH, and therefore provides a test of the current limits of FAHs computational power. We hope to provide detailed comparison to experiment to test our current computer models and understand the folding pathway of this model. Additionally, CheY has previously simulated at a very coase level. Our goal here is to preform a detailed, atomic resolution simulation to test these simpler models.
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This project is managed by Jade Shi at Stanford University.
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