Development of a limited side-effect anesthetic and studies of the µ opioid and NR2B receptors dynamics by stastistical mechanics simulations based on a multi-scale force field.

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Effective start/end date1/10/1020/01/16

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  • 1 Chapter
  • 1 Conference contribution

Intrinsic Flexibility of the μ Opioid Receptor through Multiscale Modelling Approaches - COMP403

Vercauteren, D., Fossepre, M., Leherte, L. & Laaksonen, A., 2018, Abstracts of the 255th Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Chemical Society. ACS

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    Understanding structure and dynamics of small peptides and proteins through the lens of network science

    Fossepre, M., Leherte, L., Laaksonen, A. & Vercauteren, D., 2018, Methods and Principles in Medicinal Chemistry series : Biomolecular Simulations in Structure-based Drug Discovery. Gervasio, F. L., Spiwok, V., Mannhold, R., Buschmann, H. & Holenz, J. (eds.). Wiley-VCH

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    Intrinsic Flexibility of the μ Opioid Receptor through Multiscale Modelling Approaches - COMP403

    Daniel Vercauteren (Invited speaker), , Mathieu Fossepre (Speaker), , Laurence Leherte (Speaker), & Aatto Laaksonen (Speaker)

    21 Mar 2018

    Activity: Talk or presentation typesInvited talk

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    On the intrinsic flexibility of the μ opioid receptor through multiscale modeling approaches

    Author: Fossepre, M., 20 Jan 2016

    Supervisor: Vercauteren, D. (Supervisor), Laaksonen, A. (External person) (Co-Supervisor), Wouters, J. (President), Lambiotte, R. (Jury), Frédérick, R. (External person) (Jury) & Surin, M. (External person) (Jury)

    Student thesis: Doc typesDoctor of Sciences