Projects 14700-14728,14730-14799

Cause: covid-19


These projects are part of Folding@home’s efforts to assist researchers around the world taking up the global fight against COVID-19.  At the time of release, this is the latest news update:

These projects are CPU projects to simulate COVID-19 proteins to learn about their dynamics and function. These supplement high-priority GPU projects of the main protease as well as the COVID-19 receptor binding domains. All can be considered potential drug targets.

Please stay tuned to for more current updates.

ALL of these projects are Coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 main protease in complex with a potential inhibitor:

series    project number

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72_RL    14700
387_RL    14701
387_RL    14702
387_RL    14703
387_RL    14704
387_RL    14705
387_RL    14706
387_RL    14707
387_RL    14708
AGG_RL    14709
AGG_RL    14710
AGG_RL    14711
AGG_RL    14712
AGG_RL    14713
AGG_RL    14714
AGG_RL    14715
AGG_RL    14716
BRO_RL    14717
BRO_RL    14718
BRO_RL    14719
BRO_RL    14720
MLTN_RL    14721
MS0323_RL    14722
MS0326_RL    14723
MS0326_RL    14724
MS0331_RL    14725
MS0406_RL    14752
MS0406-2_RL    14754
GUZ_RL    14758

List of Contributors

This project is managed by Prof. Vincent Voelz at Temple University.

Dr. Voelz's research focuses on using new simulation methods to unravel the mysteries of how proteins self-assemble into their functional folds, and to design folding and binding properties of proteins and peptide mimetics from first principles. The Voelz Lab participates in the Folding@home project, hosting two servers at Temple University. Dr. Voelz was formerly a postdoctoral scholar in the Vijay Pande lab at Stanford University.

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