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Title: Simulation Data for Design of Peptides that Fold and Self-Assemble on Graphite
<p>This data set for the manuscript entitled &#34;Design of Peptides that Fold and Self-Assemble on Graphite&#34; includes all files needed to run and analyze the simulations described in theMore>>
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molecular dynamics NAMD graphite graphene peptides peptide design graphite–water interface graphene–water interface ABF replica exchange molecular dynamics adaptive biasing force Colvars self-assembly beta sheet
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