Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Homology Molecular Modeling - Perspectives and Applications

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Rafael Maia
Rafael Maia

Federal University of Campina Grande,
Brazil

Co-editors

Rômulo Maciel de Moraes Filho
Rômulo Maciel de Moraes Filho

Federal Rural University of Pernambuco

Magnólia Campos de Araújo
Magnólia Campos de Araújo

Federal University of Campina Grande,
Brazil

Published10 March 2021

Doi10.5772/intechopen.91624

ISBN978-1-83962-806-1

Print ISBN978-1-83962-805-4

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-1-83962-811-5

Copyright year2021

Number of pages146

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Table of Contents

Open access  chapters

1. Introductory Chapter: Homology Modeling

By Rafael Trindade Maia, Magnólia de Araújo Campos and Rômulo Maciel de Moraes Filho

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3. Role of Force Fields in Protein Function Prediction

By Zaved Hazarika, Sanchaita Rajkhowa and Anupam Nath Jha

619
5
4. Importance of Homology Modeling for Predicting the Structures of GPCRs

By Ananthasri Sailapathi, Seshan Gunalan, Kanagasabai Somarathinam, Gugan Kothandan and Diwakar Kumar

898
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6. Design of Bioelectrochemical Interfaces Assisted by Molecular Dynamics Simulations

By Abraham Vidal-Limon, Guillermo Antonio Huerta-Miranda, Wendy I. García-García and Margarita Miranda-Hernández

730
2
7. Energy Minimization

By Budhayash Gautam

1,510
5

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