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Title Recent advances of the fragment molecular orbital method : enhanced performance and applicability / Yuji Mochizuki, Shigenori Tanaka, Kaori Fukuzawa, editors.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, 2021.

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Subject Molecular orbitals -- Mathematical models.
Quantum chemistry.
Alt Name Mochizuki, Yuji,
Tanaka, Shigenori,
Fukuzawa, Kaori,
Description 1 online resource
Summary This book covers recent advances of the fragment molecular orbital (FMO) method, consisting of 5 parts and a total of 30 chapters written by FMO experts. The FMO method is a promising way to calculate large-scale molecular systems such as proteins in a quantum mechanical framework. The highly efficient parallelism deserves being considered the principal advantage of FMO calculations. Additionally, the FMO method can be employed as an analysis tool by using the inter-fragment (pairwise) interaction energies, among others, and this feature has been utilized well in biophysical and pharmaceutical chemistry. In recent years, the methodological developments of FMO have been remarkable, and both reliability and applicability have been enhanced, in particular, for non-bio problems. The current trend of the parallel computing facility is of the many-core type, and adaptation to modern computer environments has been explored as well. In this book, a historical review of FMO and comparison to other methods are provided in Part I (two chapters) and major FMO programs (GAMESS-US, ABINIT-MP, PAICS and OpenFMO) are described in Part II (four chapters). dedicated to pharmaceutical activities (twelve chapters). A variety of new applications with methodological breakthroughs are introduced in Part IV (six chapters). Finally, computer and information science-oriented topics including massively parallel computation and machine learning are addressed in Part V (six chapters). Many color figures and illustrations are included. Readers can refer to this book in its entirety as a practical textbook of the FMO method or read only the chapters of greatest interest to them.
Contents Part 1: Positioning of FMO -- Fragment molecular orbital method as cluster expansion -- Comparison of various fragmentation methods for quantum chemical calculations of large molecular systems -- Part 2: Programs -- Recent development of the fragment molecular orbital method in GAMESS -- The ABINIT-MP program -- PAICS: Development of An Open-Source Software of Fragment Molecular Orbital Method for Biomolecule -- Open-Architecture Program of Fragment Molecular Orbital Method for Massive Parallel Computing (OpenFMO) with GPU Acceleration -- Part 3: Pharmaceutical activities -- How to perform FMO calculation in Drug Discovery -- FMO drug design consortium -- Development of an automated FMO calculation protocol to construction of FMO database -- Application of FMO to ligand design: SBDD, FBDD, and protein-protein interaction -- Drug Discovery Screening by Combination of X-ray Crystal Structure Analysis and FMO Calculation -- Cooperative study combining X-ray crystal structure analysis and FMO calculation: Interaction analysis of FABP4 inhibitors -- Application of FMO for protein-ligand binding affinity prediction -- Recent Advances of In Silico Drug Discovery: Integrated Systems of Informatics and Simulation -- Pharmaceutical Industry -- Academia Cooperation -- Elucidating the efficacy of clinical drugs using FMO -- Application of Fragment Molecular Orbital Calculations to Functional Analysis of Enzymes -- AnalysisFMO toolkit: A PyMOL plugin for 3D-visualization of interaction energies in proteins (3D-VIEP) calculated by the FMO method -- Part 4: New methods and applications -- FMO interfaced with Molecular Dynamics simulation -- Linear Combination of Molecular Orbitals of Fragments (FMO-LCMO) Method: Its Application to Charge Transfer Studies -- Modeling of solid and surface -- Development of the analytic second derivatives for the fragment molecular orbital method -- The FMO-DFTB Method -- Self-consistent treatment of solvation structure with electronic structure based on 3D-RISM theory -- New methodology and framework -- New methodology and framework Information science-assisted analysis of FMO results for Drug Design -- Extension to multiscale simulations -- FMO-based investigations of excited-state dynamics in molecular aggregates -- Application of the fragment molecular orbital method to organic charge transport materials in xerography: a feasibility study and a charge mobility analysis -- Group molecular orbital method and Python-based programming approach -- Multi-level parallelization of the fragment molecular orbital method in GAMESS.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed March 3, 2021).
ISBN 9789811592355 (electronic bk.)
9811592357 (electronic bk.)
9811592349
9789811592348
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-981-15-9235-5
OCLC # 1229071356
Additional Format Original 9811592349 9789811592348 (OCoLC)1193113094


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