Simulating Water and the Molecules of Life
by Mark Gerstein and Michael Levitt, Scientific American, Nov.
1998, pages 100-105.
The water inside cells does more than surround proteins and DNA. It
also helps to shape them and joins in their chemistry. Using
computers, structural bioinformaticians can simulate how water
influences the dynamics of biological molecules.
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