Frontiers in Multiscale Modeling of Photoreceptor Proteins

Maria Andrea Mroginski*, Suliman Adam, Gil S. Amoyal, Avishai Barnoy, Ana Nicoleta Bondar, Veniamin A. Borin, Jonathan R. Church, Tatiana Domratcheva, Bernd Ensing, Francesca Fanelli, Nicolas Ferré, Ofer Filiba, Laura Pedraza-González, Ronald González, Cristina E. González-Espinoza, Rajiv K. Kar, Lukas Kemmler, Seung Soo Kim, Jacob Kongsted, Anna I. KrylovYigal Lahav, Michalis Lazaratos, Qays NasserEddin, Isabelle Navizet, Alexander Nemukhin, Massimo Olivucci, Jógvan Magnus Haugaard Olsen, Alberto Pérez de Alba Ortíz, Elisa Pieri, Aditya G. Rao, Young Min Rhee, Niccolò Ricardi, Saumik Sen, Ilia A. Solov'yov, Luca De Vico, Tomasz A. Wesolowski, Christian Wiebeler, Xuchun Yang, Igor Schapiro*

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Abstract

This perspective article highlights the challenges in the theoretical description of photoreceptor proteins using multiscale modeling, as discussed at the CECAM workshop in Tel Aviv, Israel. The participants have identified grand challenges and discussed the development of new tools to address them. Recent progress in understanding representative proteins such as green fluorescent protein, photoactive yellow protein, phytochrome, and rhodopsin is presented, along with methodological developments.

Original languageAmerican English
Pages (from-to)243-269
Number of pages27
JournalPhotochemistry and Photobiology
Volume97
Issue number2
DOIs
StatePublished - 1 Mar 2021

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