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Special NIH Lecture: 2013 Nobel Laureate in Chemistry - Computer Simulations of Biological Functions

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Air date: Wednesday, November 20, 2013, 1:00:00 PM
Time displayed is Eastern Time, Washington DC Local
Views: Total views: 512, (263 Live, 249 On-demand)
Category: Special
Runtime: 00:54:18
Description: One of the challenges in molecular biology has been the ability to understand the action of biological systems on a well-defined molecular level, where the structural information is translated to clear functional description. Arieh Warshel ,who has been advancing the frontiers of modeling biological functions for more that four decades, will describe the progress in the field since its early days. The lecture will include a discussion of the development of multiscale modeling of complex biological systems as well as a perspective of future directions.
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NLM Title: Special NIH lecture : 2013 Nobel laureate in chemistry : computer simulations of biological functions / Dr. Arieh Warshel.
Series: Computer simulations of biological functions
Author: Warshel, Arieh.
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Other Title(s): Computer simulations of biological functions
Abstract: (CIT): One of the challenges in molecular biology has been the ability to understand the action of biological systems on a well-defined molecular level, where the structural information is translated to clear functional description. Arieh Warshel, who has been advancing the frontiers of modeling biological functions for more that four decades, will describe the progress in the field since its early days. The lecture will include a discussion of the development of multiscale modeling of complex biological systems as well as a perspective of future directions.
Subjects: Computational Biology
Enzymes--chemistry
Models, Chemical
Publication Types: Lectures
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NLM Classification: QU 25
NLM ID: 101622765
CIT Live ID: 13368
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