It is a big trouble to run molecular simulations and docking for large molecules without having any proper supercomputing facilities as they require more memory and time to finish. Continue reading “How to get super-computing facilities for Bioinformatics analyses?” »
The roots of the molecular simulation application can be traced back to physics where it was applied to simplified hard-sphere systems . This field of molecular simulation study has gained a lot of interest since then and applied to perform simulations to fold small protein at multi-microsecond scale [2-4], predict functional properties of receptors and to capture the intermediate transitions of the complex , and to study the movement and behavior of ligand in a binding pocket and also to predict interactions between receptors and ligands [6,7]. Continue reading “A new high-level Python interface for MD simulation using GROMACS” »
Last month we had announced BiR Top 5 Bioinformaticians in India Award. Our announcement was well received with Bioinformatics Review community. We got more nomination entries than expected. After a thorough analysis of all entries, profiles, and names we received, we are glad to present the result this endeavor.