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MM methods in general involve solution of Newton's force-momentum equations dpi/dt = -gradi(U) (2) with discrete time-steps of the order of femtosec, with some kind of'thermostat' to control the sample temperature[43]. In the end, it becomes necessary to move to a coarser-grained model of the structure, which can in turn merge into finite- Toward Structure-Function Relations - a Hybrid Quantum/Classical Approach 41 element and continuum modeling. It is appropriate to mention here the important role played by stochastic sampling or Monte Carlo (MC) procedures, which do not explicitly involve the time variable.

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In order to make some simple predictions about electrophilic and nucleophilic sites on the protein surface, we again resort to electrostatic potential maps and to differential electron densities. In Fig. 4 we present a composite in whiclh the Coulomb potential (reconstructed from partial charges) is projected onto the van der Waals surface of 1AAG. Two perpindicular views are given, so that some hint of the three-dimensional structure can be seen. In Figure 5 is displayed the total DOS for the 1AAG protein which is qualitatively very similar to that of the smaller 1TOR protein (cf.

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