PROJECT #17739 RESEARCH FOR CANCER
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PROJECT SUMMARY

Projects 17711-17724

Molecular basis of secondary active transporters.

Secondary active membrane transporters are proteins that utilize ions to transport an assortment of molecules across cell membranes. These proteins are found in all domains in life and surprisingly, despite vastly different structures, operate under the same mechanism by using an ion gradient to assist in small molecule transport. Furthermore, many of these secondary active transporters are drug targets to treat disease like cancer, diabetes, and neurological disorders. These simulations will allow us to understand a universal role of ion-coupling across different families of proteins. 

PROJECT INFO

Manager(s): Matthew Chan

Institution: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

PROJECT WORK UNIT SUMMARY

Atoms: 47,577

Core: OPENMM_22

Status: Public

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Nvidia TU104 3,083,591 93,958 32.82 1 hrs 44 mins

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