His primary scientific interests are in Chemical physics, Molecular dynamics, Physical chemistry, Classical mechanics and Thermodynamic integration. Andrew Pohorille has researched Chemical physics in several fields, including Solvent, Bilayer, Molecule, Analytical chemistry and Inert gas. His Inert gas research focuses on Hydrophobic effect and how it connects with Nanotechnology.
His Solubility study, which is part of a larger body of work in Physical chemistry, is frequently linked to Context, bridging the gap between disciplines. His study in the field of Bipolar coordinates, Conical coordinates, Action-angle coordinates and Generalized coordinates also crosses realms of Mathematical model. His Thermodynamic integration study combines topics in areas such as Statistical physics, Free energy perturbation and Applied mathematics.
Andrew Pohorille focuses on Molecular dynamics, Membrane, Chemical physics, Molecule and Biophysics. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ion, Crystallography, Statistical physics and Aqueous solution. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organic chemistry and Solubility in addition to Membrane.
The concepts of his Solubility study are interwoven with issues in Anesthetic and Thermodynamics. His research integrates issues of Solvent, Protonation, Electrostatics, Proton transport and Lipid bilayer in his study of Chemical physics. In his research, Dipole is intimately related to Physical chemistry, which falls under the overarching field of Molecule.
Andrew Pohorille mostly deals with Molecular dynamics, Ion, Conductance, RNA and Computational biology. His study in Molecular dynamics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Chemical physics, M2 proton channel, Protonation, Bilayer and Statistical physics. His Chemical physics research integrates issues from Molecule and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
His work carried out in the field of Protonation brings together such families of science as Protein structure, Hydrogen bond, Atomic physics and Histidine. His work on Ion transporter as part of general Ion study is frequently connected to Electric field, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. His studies in Micelle integrate themes in fields like Biophysics and Membrane.
His primary areas of investigation include Molecular dynamics, Protonation, Chemical physics, Peripheral membrane protein and Conductance. The various areas that Andrew Pohorille examines in his Molecular dynamics study include Crystallography, Bilayer, Phospholipid and Oleic acid. His Protonation research incorporates elements of Molecule, Hydrogen bond, Proton transport, Protein structure and Histidine.
His work deals with themes such as M2 proton channel, Fatty acid, Desorption, Membrane and Atomic physics, which intersect with Chemical physics. His Peripheral membrane protein research includes themes of Transport protein, Membrane transport protein, Mitochondrial membrane transport protein and Membrane transport. Conductance combines with fields such as Communication channel, Electric field, Ion transporter, Statistical physics and Diffusion equation in his research.
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Free Energy Calculations
Christophe Chipot;Andrew Pohorille.
Calculating free energies using average force
Eric Darve;Andrew Pohorille.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2001)
Adaptive biasing force method for scalar and vector free energy calculations.
Eric Darve;David Rodríguez-Gómez;Andrew Pohorille.
Journal of Chemical Physics (2008)
An information theory model of hydrophobic interactions.
Gerhard Hummer;Shekhar Garde;Angel E. Garcia;Andrew Pohorille.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1996)
Good Practices in Free-Energy Calculations
Andrew Pohorille;Christopher Jarzynski;Christopher Chipot.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2010)
Hydrophobic effects and modeling of biophysical aqueous solution interfaces.
Lawrence R. Pratt;Andrew Pohorille.
Chemical Reviews (2002)
Artificial cells: prospects for biotechnology
Andrew Pohorille;David Deamer.
Trends in Biotechnology (2002)
The adaptive biasing force method: everything you always wanted to know but were afraid to ask.
Jeffrey Comer;James C. Gumbart;Jérôme Hénin;Tony Lelièvre.
Journal of Physical Chemistry B (2015)
Free energy calculations : theory and applications in chemistry and biology
Christophe Chipot;Andrew Pohorille.
Cavities in molecular liquids and the theory of hydrophobic solubilities.
Andrew Pohorille;Lawrence R. Pratt.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1990)
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