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Last Update: 11/02/2016 

 

MIDST lab works on the dynamics of complex molecular systems. Our main interest is on the understanding of the working principles of molecular machines. We focus on organic self-assembled molecules in general, and on proteins in particular. We have developed network-based models to study the basic features contributing to structure/function relationships in these systems. These include:

  1. Elastic network models in 1-D (GNM) and 3-D (ANM). Trial ANM server is located at http://midst.sabanciuniv.edu/anm 
  2. Identifying the control architecture underlying the adaptive mechanisms in these systems. Available as a server under Services link. 
  3. Optimal paths along the networks to identify key locations participating in their proper functioning. 
  4. System identification based on perturbation/response scanning (PRS) to study the near-equilibrium dynamics. Trial PRS server is located at http://midst.sabanciuniv.edu/prs
  5. Prediction of relaxation times contributing to equilibrium fluctuations.

Some of the tools we have developed are available for download or as a server under Services link.


  

Computational Studies of Iron Piracy from Humans by Bacteria

 

 

2009 MIDST Lab.

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