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Review of the Martini force field

29 May 2013

S.J. Marrink, D.P. Tieleman
Perspective on the Martini model
Chem. Soc. Rev., 2013. DOI:10.1039/C3CS60093A

The Martini model, a coarse-grained force field for biomolecular simulations, has found a broad range of applications since its release a decade ago. Based on a building block principle, the model combines speed and versatility while maintaining chemical specificity. Here we review the current state of the model. We describe recent highlights as well as shortcomings, and our ideas on the further development of the model.

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