[gmx-users] Membrane Protein Tutorial

Dallas Warren Dallas.Warren at monash.edu
Tue Mar 8 22:25:41 CET 2011

Below a certain temperature lipids form a gel or crystalline phase.  If
you run it at below that temperature, then it will behave nothing like a
biological lipid membrane.  (unless of course, that is what you want)


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Dear All

doing membrane protein tutorial of Dr.Justin I have a few question,
Please let me know their answers.

1-Why do I need to use a tempreture upper than lipid phase transition
tempreture for equilibration section?

2-What the lipid phase transition means exactly?

Thanks in advance for your idea

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