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Zhu, C. Giesen, D. Liotard, C. Parrill and M. Hawkins, T. Zhu, J. Li, C. Gao and M. Corchado and D. Hall, P. Margl, G.

Schramm, D. Truhlar, R. Warshel, and J. Truhlar and K. Das, D. Dockter, D. Fahey, D. Lauffer, G. Truhlar, S. Dapprich, R. Froese, M.

Holthausen, Z. Liu, K. Mogi, S. Viboishchikov, D. Musaev, and K. Reddy and M. Westmoreland, and B. Gao and D. Leone, P. Alivasatos, and A. McDermott Annual Reviews, Inc. Jasper, B. Kendrick, C. Mike then served his country in the United States Army, rising to the rank of Captain. After postdoctoral work in Uppsala, Sweden, where he met his wife, he held faculty positions at the University of Guelph, Canada, and then at the University of Florida. At Gainesville he served as department chairman and was eventually named distinguished professor, a position held by only 16 other faculty members on the Florida campus.

Ramachandran, Gilda H. Loew, Peter A. Kollman, and Donald E. We along with many others grieve their demise, but remember their contributions with great admiration. Professor Ramachandran lent his name to the plots for displaying conformational angles in peptides and proteins.

Loew founded the Molecular Research Institute in California and applied computational chemistry to drugs, proteins, and other molecules. She along with Dr. Joyce J. Professor Williams, an author of a chapter in Volume 2 of Reviews in Computational Chemistry, was famed for his contributions to the computation of atomic charges and intermolecular forces. As a tribute to Peter, we would like to quote a few words from this book review, which appeared in J.

He had these additional comments which we shall treasure: This volume of Reviews in Computational Chemistry is of the same very high standard as previous volumes.

We would like to add that Peter was an invited speaker at the Symposium on Molecular Mechanics held in Indianapolis in and was co-chairman of the second Gordon Research Conference on Computational Chemistry in As we pointed out in the Preface of Volume 13 p.

Peter—and the others—will be missed. Preface ix program for calculating the electronic structure of molecules. Several thousand academic, government, and industrial laboratories have used ZINDO in one form or another. ZINDO is even distributed by several publishing companies to accompany their textbooks, including introductory texts in chemistry. Mike published over research articles in well-respected journals and 20 book chapters, one of which was in the second volume of Reviews in Computational Chemistry.

It still remains a highly cited chapter in our series. If you have never organized a conference or edited a book, it may be hard to realize how much work is involved.

Not only was Mike doing basic research, teaching including at workshops worldwide , and serving on numerous university governance and service committees, he was also consulting for Eastman Kodak, Union Carbide, and others. A little known fact is that Mike is a co-inventor of eight patents related to polymers and polymer coatings. Mike also longed to serve as chair of the GRC. The GRCs are organized so that the job of chair alternates between someone from academia and someone from industry.

The participants at each biennial conference elect someone to be vice-chair at the next conference two years later , and then that person moves up to become chair four years after the election. Mike was a candidate in and , which were years when nonindustrial participants could run for election. He and Dr. Bernard Brooks National Institutes of Health were elected co-vice-chairs in Terry R. In addition, Dr.


Our science of computational chemistry owes much to the contributions of our departed friends and colleagues. In this volume, we have four chapters covering a range of issues from molecular docking to spin— orbit coupling to cellular automata modeling.

This volume begins with two chapters on docking, that is, the interaction and intimate physical association of two molecules. This topic is highly germane to computer-aided ligand design. Chapter 1, written by Drs. Ingo Muegge and Matthias Rarey, describes small molecule docking to proteins primarily. The authors put the docking problem into perspective and provide a brief survey of docking methods, organized by the type of algorithms used.

The authors describe the advantages and disadvantages of the methods.

Rigid docking including geometric hashing and pose clustering is described. Docking of molecules from combinatorial libraries is described next, and the value of consensus scoring in identifying potentially interesting bioactive compounds from large sets of molecules is pointed out.

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The need for reliable scoring functions underlies the role that docking can play in the discovery of ligands for pharmaceutical development.

Lutz P. Ehrlich and Rebecca C. Wade present a tutorial on how to predict the structure of a protein—protein complex. Both ground and excited states properties are covered in the gas phase as well as in solution. This volume also describes Nanomaterials and covers topics such as clusters, periodic, and nano systems.

Special emphasis is placed on the environmental effects of nanostructures. Volume III is devoted to the important class of Biomolecules.

Useful models of biological systems considered by computational chemists are provided and RNA, DNA and proteins are discussed in detail. This volume presents examples of calcualtions of their properties and interactions and reveals the role of solvents in biologically important reactions as well as the structure function relationship of various classes of Biomolecules.

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