Molecular studies of peptides at solid-liquid interfaces
"Monte Carlo simulation runs were performed on a negatively charged model peptide (consisting of diblock units of aspartic acid and isoleucine residues) adsorbed at a charged model surface (consisting of CH₂ atoms) in vacuum, and in presence of various solvent compositions (by addition of cosolvents) to study the conformational and orientational aspects of peptides at solid surfaces:--Abstract, leaf iv.
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
Ph. D. in Chemical Engineering
University of Missouri--Rolla
Journal article titles appearing in thesis/dissertation
- Computer simulations and neutron reflectivity of proteins at interfaces
- Conformational changes of peptide at solid-liquid interfaces: a Monte Carlo study
- Effect of cosolvents on the behavior of peptide adsorption at solid-liquid interfaces
- Extended reference interaction site model study of peptide adsorption at solid-liquid interfaces
xvii, 205 leaves
© 2005 Amol A. Mungikar, All rights reserved.
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Monte Carlo method
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Mungikar, Amol A., "Molecular studies of peptides at solid-liquid interfaces" (2005). Doctoral Dissertations. 1606.