Best Reference Books – Biomolecular Modeling and Simulation

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Iomolecular Modeling and Simulation subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Iomolecular Modeling and Simulation along with reviews.

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1. “Innovations in Biomolecular Modeling and Simulations” by Gero Wedemann and Filip Lankas

“Innovations in Biomolecular Modeling and Simulations” Book Review: The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject.This two volume set describes innovations in biomolecular modeling and simulation, in both the algorithmic and application fronts. The books describe progress and innovation in areas including: simulation algorithms for dynamics and enhanced configurational sampling, force field development, implicit solvation models, coarse-grained models, quantum-mechanical simulations, protein folding, DNA polymerase mechanisms, nucleic acid complexes and simulations, RNA structure analysis and design and other important topics in structural biology modeling.

2. “Modeling, Methodologies and Tools for Molecular and Nano-scale Communications” by Michael John Moore and Tadashi Nakano

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“Modeling, Methodologies and Tools for Molecular and Nano-scale Communications” Book Review: The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject.This book reports on cutting-edge modeling techniques, methodologies and tools used to understand, design and engineer nanoscale communication systems, such as molecular communication systems. It includes introductory materials for those who are new to the field. The book’s interdisciplinary approach, which merges perspectives in computer science, the biological sciences and nanotechnology, will appeal to graduate students and researchers in these three areas.The book is organized into five parts, the first of which describes the fundamentals of molecular communication, including basic concepts, models and designs. The book continues by exploring further types of nanoscale communication, such as fluorescence resonance energy transfer and electromagnetic-based nanoscale communication.Lastly, the book presents nanomedical applications such as targeted drug delivery and biomolecular sensing.

3. “Frontiers in Computational Chemistry: Volume 2: Computer Applications for Drug Design and Biomolecular Systems” by Zaheer Ul-Haq and Jeffry D Madura

“Frontiers in Computational Chemistry: Volume 2: Computer Applications for Drug Design and Biomolecular Systems” Book Review: This book is designed for students in the fields of biology, chemistry, biochemistry, physics, and biophysics. It presents the latest research findings and methods in the diverse field of computational chemistry, focusing on molecular modeling techniques used in drug discovery and the drug development process. This book brings together a wide range of research into a single collection to help researchers keep up with new methods. Then focuses on computational chemistry approaches that can accelerate drug design.

4. “Biomolecular Modelling and Simulations” by Tatyana Karabencheva-Christova

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“Biomolecular Modelling and Simulations” Book Review: The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject. The book is a resource for protein chemists. Each volume brings forth new information about protocols and analysis of proteins. Each thematically organized volume is guest edited by leading experts in a broad range of protein-related topics.The information provided in the volume is well supported by a number of high quality illustrations, figures, and tables.

5. “Biomolecular Simulation: GROMOS 96 Manual and User Guide” by Wilfred F van Gunsteren

“Biomolecular Simulation: GROMOS 96 Manual and User Guide” Book Review: The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject.This two volume set describes innovations in biomolecular modeling and simulation, in both the algorithmic and application fronts. The books describe progress and innovation in areas including: simulation algorithms for dynamics and enhanced configurational sampling, force field development, implicit solvation models, coarse-grained models, quantum-mechanical simulations, protein folding, DNA polymerase mechanisms, nucleic acid complexes and simulations, RNA structure analysis and design and other important topics in structural biology modeling.

6. “Biomolecular Simulations: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)” by Luca Monticelli and Emppu Salonen

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“Biomolecular Simulations: Methods and Protocols (Methods in Molecular Biology)” Book Review:The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject.This book reports on cutting-edge modeling techniques, methodologies and tools used to understand, design and engineer nanoscale communication systems, such as molecular communication systems. It includes introductory materials for those who are new to the field. The book’s interdisciplinary approach, which merges perspectives in computer science, the biological sciences and nanotechnology, will appeal to graduate students and researchers in these three areas.The book is organized into five parts, the first of which describes the fundamentals of molecular communication, including basic concepts, models and designs. The book continues by exploring further types of nanoscale communication, such as fluorescence resonance energy transfer and electromagnetic-based nanoscale communication.Lastly, the book presents nanomedical applications such as targeted drug delivery and biomolecular sensing.

7. “Guide to Biomolecular Simulations (Focus on Structural Biology)” by Oren M Becker and Martin Karplus

“Guide to Biomolecular Simulations (Focus on Structural Biology)” Book Review : The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject.The widespread application of molecular dynamics and related methodologies suggests that it would be useful to have available an introductory self-contained course by which students with a relatively limited background in chemistry, biology and computer literacy, can learn the fundamentals of the field.The Guide consists of six chapters which provide the fundamentals of the field and six chapters which introduce the reader to more specialized but important applications of the methodology.

8. “Coarse-Graining of Condensed Phase and Biomolecular Systems” by Gregory A Voth

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“Coarse-Graining of Condensed Phase and Biomolecular Systems” Book Review: The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject. Each chapter focuses on specific examples of evolving coarse-graining methodologies and presents results for a variety of complex systems. It discusses two of the most successful coarse-graining schemes for soft matter: inverse and multiscale coarse-graining. The book also describes current coarse-grained model development for peptides and proteins at the amino acid level and larger length scales.

9. “Reconfigurable Logic: Architecture, Tools, and Applications (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)” by Pierre-Emmanuel Gaillardon

“Reconfigurable Logic: Architecture, Tools, and Applications (Devices, Circuits, and Systems)” Book Review: This book reviews current trends in reconfigurable platforms, providing valuable insight into the future potential of reconfigurable systems. It expounds on emerging technologies to enhance FPGA architectures, improve routing structures, and create non-volatile configuration flip-flops. Also exploits FPGAs for high-performance systems, efficient error correction codes, and high-bandwidth network routers with built-in security. Also explores classical FPGA architectures and their supporting tools. The book offers a snapshot of the state of the art of reconfigurable logic systems. Covering a broad range of architectures, tools, and applications.

10. “Computer Simulation of Biomolecular Systems: Theoretical and Experimental Applications: 3 (Computer Simulations of Biomolecular Systems)” by W F van Gunsteren and P K Weiner

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“Computer Simulation of Biomolecular Systems: Theoretical and Experimental Applications: 3 (Computer Simulations of Biomolecular Systems)” Book Review: The books are aimed at graduate students and experts in structural biology and chemistry and the emphasis is on reporting innovative new approaches rather than providing comprehensive reviews on each subject.This two volume set describes innovations in biomolecular modeling and simulation, in both the algorithmic and application fronts. The books describe progress and innovation in areas including: simulation algorithms for dynamics and enhanced configurational sampling, force field development, implicit solvation models, coarse-grained models, quantum-mechanical simulations, protein folding, DNA polymerase mechanisms, nucleic acid complexes and simulations, RNA structure analysis and design and other important topics in structural biology modeling.

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