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Electrostatic map of the adeno-associated virus

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Electrostatic map of the adeno-associated virus

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The new highly efficient parallelized DelPhi software was used to calculate the potential map distribution of a large virus, the adeno-associated virus, which is made up of more than 484,000 atoms. Despite the extremely large dimension of the virus, resulting in 815x815x815 mesh points, the parallelized DelPhi, utilizing 100 CPUs, completed the calculations within less than three minutes. Related to Image 3375.


Emil Alexov, Clemson University

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Emil Alexov, Clemson University

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