[gmx-users] Analysis programs and PBC.
feenstra at few.vu.nl
Thu Mar 2 09:37:54 CET 2006
Daniela S. Mueller wrote:
> If you have one chain, you don't have to worry about jumps.
In addition, from the cases that I have encountered, you can have
ligands and/or cofactors (non-covalently) bound to an enzyme, and e.g.
counter-ions for which you want to analyze the position in relation to
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