Protein Local Optimization Program
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|Developer(s)||Columbia University, University of California San Francisco, Schrodinger|
Protein Local Optimization Program (Protein Local Optimization Program) is a molecular dynamics simulation package written in Fortran. It has been developed by the Friesner lab at Columbia, the Jacobson lab at UCSF and Schrödinger.
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