Molecular Interaction

Molecular Interaction holds atoms together within molecules. While Molecular docking and computational evolutionary biology is the latest research and also involves the Applications of genomics, Genome analysis, Machine learning in molecular systems biology, Current challenges in modeling cellular metabolism and Directed Evolution Strategy for the latest research with new technologies. A UNL research team led by evolutionary geneticist Jay Storz has received a $1.4 million grant from the National Institutes of Health for continued research into mechanisms of protein evolution.

  • Molecular docking and computational evolutionary biology
  • Applications of genomics
  • Genome analysis
  • Machine learning in molecular systems biology
  • Current challenges in modeling cellular metabolism
  • Directed Evolution Strategy

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