By Luca Bertini, Maurizio Bruschi, Luca de Gioia (auth.), Markus Reiher (eds.)
"From the reviews:"
This booklet is concentrated on computational molecular modeling and its functions in biology and is very priceless in respects. First, the reader will take pleasure in vast but specific assurance of contemporary theoretical methods to the buildings, digital houses, and dynamical behaviour of peptides, metalloenzymes, bioinorganic structures, proteins, and nucleic acids. additionally incorporated are very good methods-oriented chapters considering Qm/MM tools, Car-Parinello molecular dynamics, and classical dynamics of biomolecules close to transition states. moment, the writing and modifying are of uniformly top of the range. each one bankruptcy is a worthwhile and well timed element of access to the literature of the subfield of computational chemistry that's being lined. a few chapters specialise in the authors’ personal contributions, while others are broader and extra inclusive in scope, yet all are tremendous well-written and the authors do an exceptional activity of putting their very own paintings in a bigger context – anything usually now not accomplished in assessment sequence. … total, this quantity constitutes a superb contribution to the themes in present Chemistry sequence.
(Robert Q. Topper, Monmouth college, JA076953F, 10.1021/ja076953f)