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Axel T. Brunger These programs make use of a method called simulated annealing in conjunction with molecular dynamics to refine protein structures. X-PLOR was the first time a modern optimization technique was applied to the problem of crystallographic refinement. Brunger also subsequently introduced the RFree technique to cross-validate the model given the observed data. In the mid-1990s, his team extended X-PLOR into a complete system to solve structures, which then became the more full-featured tool CNS, capable of performing a series of steps necessary for crystallography structure determination, such as obtaining phases from experimental data and molecular replacement phasing from known homologous structures.
Axel T. Brunger Axel T. Brunger (born November 25, 1956) is a German American biophysicist. He is Professor of Molecular and Cellular Physiology, and Neurology, of Photon Science and, by courtesy, of Structural Biology at Stanford University, and a Howard Hughes Medical Institute Investigator. He also is currently serving as the Chair of the Department of Molecular and Cellular Physiology (2013-present).
Axel T. Brunger Brunger's research group currently studies the molecular mechanism of synaptic vesicle fusion in neurotransmission.
Axel T. Brunger Brunger was born in Leipzig, Germany on November 25, 1956. He graduated with a degree in Physics and Mathematics from the University of Hamburg in 1977. He completed his Diplom in Physics from the University of Hamburg in 1980. He completed his PhD in Biophysics from Technical University of Munich in 1982, advised by Klaus Schulten.
Axel T. Brunger Brunger held a NATO postdoctoral fellowship to work with Martin Karplus at Harvard University, where he subsequently became a research associate in the Department of Chemistry after a brief return to Germany. He joined the Molecular Biophysics and Biochemistry department at Yale University in 1987 and moved to Stanford University in 2000. Brunger was elected to the United States National Academy of Sciences in 2005 and won the inaugural DeLano Award for Computational Biosciences in 2011.
Axel T. Brunger Brunger is known for developing a computer program called CNS used for solving structures based on X-ray diffraction or solution NMR data, which was first released in 1992. The program is a major extension of a 1987 program developed with John Kuriyan and Karplus called X-PLOR, whose original inspiration was motivated by Marius Clore's efforts in interpreting NMR data and which has been extended by Clore's continued development of XPLOR-NIH.
Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary Their second musical "The Great British Soap Opera" ran at the 2009 Edinburgh Fringe Festival - again at George Square Theatre - and subsequently transferred for a two-week run at Jermyn Street Theatre in September 2009. The cast included Philippa Buxton and Leon Kay featuring the voice of Lynda Bellingham.
Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary Their new stage musical adaptation of Sue Townsend's "The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole, Aged 13¾" opened at Leicester's Curve Theatre in March 2015. Their original new musical "Prodigy", commissioned by National Youth Music Theatre, ran at the St James Theatre in August 2015. The original cast recording of "Prodigy" was released in July 2016, debuting at number 3 on the iTunes Soundtrack album chart.
Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary "The Great British Soap Opera" was likewise well received by critics. Sally Stott in The Scotsman wrote ‘there's a sophisticated structure underpinning the story in which "real" life and TV fiction run as parallels... it's all great fun, surprisingly clever and just like a real soap you'll find yourself getting drawn in despite yourself’. In London, Nina Caplan in Time Out described the musical as “more welcome than any profound examination of these putrid times”
Jake Brunger and Pippa Cleary Their first musical "Jet Set Go!" ran at the 2008 Edinburgh Fringe Festival at George Square Theatre. Following the Festival it played a short sell-out season at the acclaimed Theatre 503 in London. A new production in April 2009 ran at Jermyn Street Theatre with a cast including Mark Evans and Tim Driesen. "Jet Set Go!" is published and licensed by Josef Weinbeger Ltd. The amateur premiere took place at Cambridge University in February 2011, a production which subsequently opened at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in August 2011.