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Where, vdW is van der Wall energy; Coul is Coulomb energy; Lipo is lipophilic contact term; Hbond represents hydrogen-bonding term; Metal is metal-binding term; BuryP is penalty for buried polar groups; RotB
represents penalty for freezing rotatable bonds; Site is polar interactions at the active site; and a, b representing coefficients of vdW and Coul are set as: a = 0.065; and b = 0.130.
Where: vdW = van der Waals energy; Coul = Coulomb energy; Lipo = lipophilic contact term; HBond = hydrogen-bonding term; Metal = metal binding term; BuryP = penalty for buried polar groups; RotB
= penalty for freezing rotatable bonds; Site = polar interactions at the active site.
15 May 2001.--Type: Athyrium Rotb
; Athyriaceae Alston, 1956.