His primary scientific interests are in Molecular dynamics, Biophysics, Chemical physics, Crystallography and Protein structure. His studies in Molecular dynamics integrate themes in fields like Nanosecond, Microsecond and Molecule. His Biophysics research includes themes of Biochemistry and Adenosine triphosphate.
The concepts of his Chemical physics study are interwoven with issues in Nanotechnology, Analytical chemistry, Membrane channel, Lipid bilayer and Proton. His Crystallography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Syntaxin 1, Syntaxin, Myocyte and Förster resonance energy transfer. His Protein structure research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Steric effects, Intrinsically disordered proteins, Force field and Fluorescence.
Helmut Grubmüller mostly deals with Molecular dynamics, Biophysics, Crystallography, Chemical physics and Protein structure. His Molecular dynamics research focuses on subjects like Statistical physics, which are linked to Configuration space. His study in Biophysics is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ran, Membrane, Biochemistry, Protein folding and Ribosome.
He works mostly in the field of Crystallography, limiting it down to topics relating to Protein secondary structure and, in certain cases, Circular dichroism. The Chemical physics study combines topics in areas such as Lipid bilayer, Force spectroscopy, Force field, Ion and Intrinsically disordered proteins. His Protein structure study often links to related topics such as Biological system.
Helmut Grubmüller focuses on Molecular dynamics, Chemical physics, Biophysics, Protein secondary structure and Circular dichroism. Helmut Grubmüller performs multidisciplinary studies into Molecular dynamics and Rate dependent in his work. His work deals with themes such as Biomolecule, Ensemble averaging, Biotin and Binding pocket, which intersect with Chemical physics.
Helmut Grubmüller has included themes like GTPase, Protein degradation, Ligand, Covalent bond and Ribosome in his Biophysics study. His Protein secondary structure research focuses on Biological system and how it connects with Resolution, Intrinsically disordered proteins and Protein structure. He combines subjects such as Spectroscopy, Spectral line and Algorithm with his study of Circular dichroism.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Molecular dynamics, Transfer RNA, Ribosome, Chemical physics and Benchmark. By researching both Molecular dynamics and Rate dependent, Helmut Grubmüller produces research that crosses academic boundaries. His research in Transfer RNA intersects with topics in Translational frameshift, Frameshift mutation and Base pair.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Translation, Biophysics and GTPase, Cell biology. His studies deal with areas such as Ensemble averaging, Streptavidin, Force spectroscopy and Binding pocket as well as Chemical physics. His work carried out in the field of Benchmark brings together such families of science as Energy drift and CUDA.
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CHARMM36m: An improved force field for folded and intrinsically disordered proteins
Jing Huang;Sarah Rauscher;Grzegorz Nawrocki;Ting Ran.
Nature Methods (2017)
Molecular Anatomy of a Trafficking Organelle
Shigeo Takamori;Matthew Holt;Katinka Stenius;Edward A. Lemke.
Recognition Dynamics Up to Microseconds Revealed from an RDC-Derived Ubiquitin Ensemble in Solution
Oliver F. Lange;Nils Alexander Lakomek;Christophe Farès;Gunnar F. Schröder.
Ligand Binding: Molecular Mechanics Calculation of the Streptavidin-Biotin Rupture Force
Helmut Grubmüller;Berthold Heymann;Paul Tavan.
Predicting slow structural transitions in macromolecular systems: Conformational flooding.
Physical Review E (1995)
Generalized Verlet Algorithm for Efficient Molecular Dynamics Simulations with Long-range Interactions
H. Grubmüller;H. Heller;A. Windemuth;K. Schulten.
Molecular Simulation (1991)
Effect of Sodium Chloride on a Lipid Bilayer
Rainer A. Böckmann;Agnieszka Hac;Thomas Heimburg;Helmut Grubmüller.
Biophysical Journal (2003)
Membrane protein sequestering by ionic protein–lipid interactions
Geert van den Bogaart;Karsten Meyenberg;H. Jelger Risselada;Hayder Amin.
Anatomy and dynamics of a supramolecular membrane protein cluster
Jochen J. Sieber;Katrin I. Willig;Carsten Kutzner;Claas Gerding-Reimers.
Generalized correlation for biomolecular dynamics.
Oliver F. Lange;Helmut Grubmüller.
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