Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 2007
In this contribution biomolecular systems are analyzed in a framework of differential geometry in order to derive important condensed matter physics information. In the first section lipid bi-layer membranes are examined with respect to statistical properties and topology, e.g. a relation between vesicle formation and the proliferation of genus number. In the second section differential geometric methods are used for analyzing the surface structure of proteins and thereby understanding catalytic properties of larger proteins.
|Journal||International Journal of Modern Physics B|
|Issue||13 & 14|
Electronic version of an article published by © [copyright World Scientific Publishing Company]
|Citations||Web of Science® Times Cited: 0|
- surface topology, protein, differential geometry, Biomolecular systems
No data available