[MMTK] Normal Modes for protein complexes

Ben Carrington bjc32@cam.ac.uk
Wed, 27 Feb 2002 00:52:19 -0000


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Dear all,

Can MMTK handle normal modes calculations for protein complexes that are =
5500 atoms and above? Hardware is not a problem, but if a particular =
configuration works best please let me know.

Yours hopefully,

Ben

bjc32@cam.ac.uk

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