Protein Local Optimization Program
|Original author(s)||Matthew P. Jacobson, Richard A. Friesner|
|Developer(s)||University of California, San Francisco, Schrödinger|
Schrödinger Release 2016-4 / April 2016
|License||Proprietary commercial, academic freeware|
Protein Local Optimization Program (PLOP) is computer software, a molecular dynamics simulation package written in the programming language Fortran. It was developed originally by Matthew P. Jacobson and Richard A. Friesner of the Friesner lab at Columbia University, and then moved to the Jacobson lab at University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), and Schrödinger, LLC.
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- "Plop – Jacobson Lab Wiki". Retrieved 7 November 2012.
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