PROJECT #18300 RESEARCH FOR MYOSINS
FOLDING PERFORMANCE PROFILE

PROJECT SUMMARY

This project simulates several myosins found in the human body. Myosins are the proteins responsible for most of the force generated by the body, from the contraction of muscles to the movement of materials around the cell. Although superficially similar, myosins actually differ substantially in their properties and distribution in the body. This project is studying those differences, especially the differences in speed and power. We are interested in how this might help us understand diseases that result from defects in myosin, including Usher syndrome and, especially, hypertrophic and dilated cardiomyopathies. Myosin was featured as the PDB Molecule of the Month in June 2001.

PROJECT INFO

Manager(s): Jeff Lotthammer

Institution: Washington University in St. Louis

PROJECT WORK UNIT SUMMARY

Atoms: 278,771

Core: GRO_A8

Status: Public

PROJECT FOLDING PPD AVERAGES BY GPU

PPDDB data as of Friday, 03 December 2021 04:36:08

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PROJECT FOLDING PPD AVERAGES BY CPU BETA

PPDDB data as of Friday, 03 December 2021 04:36:08

Rank
Project
CPU Model Logical
Processors (LP)
PPD-PLP
AVG PPD per 1 LP
ALL LP-PPD
(Estimated)
Make
1 CORE I9-10900X CPU @ 3.70GHZ 20 13,400 268,000 Intel
2 CORE I3-9100F CPU @ 3.60GHZ 4 18,614 74,456 Intel
3 11TH GEN CORE I5-1135G7 @ 2.40GHZ 8 7,538 60,304 Intel
4 CORE I7-10510U CPU @ 1.80GHZ 8 6,680 53,440 Intel