Progress by Prediction

  • We apply latest software technology to investigate biological systems.
  • The goal is to support your investigations in drug discovery and materials sciences.
  • Our molecular simulation platforms are built to meet your special needs of fast and reliable in silico data acquisition and analysis.
  • We offer docking tools for analysis of small-molecule - target interactions and combine technologies for the analysis of larger systems.

  • Visit also our group website for more information of what we are doing.


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"Weak selectivity predicted for modeled bundles of viral channel-forming protein E5 of human papillomavirus-16."


Mahato, Fischer; J.Phys.Chem. B, (2016) 120,

"Membrane protein assembly: two cytoplasmic phosphorylated serine sites of Vpu from HIV-1 affect oligomerization."


Chen, Lin, Chan, Chen, Ma, Fischer; Sci. Rep.(2016) 6, 28866

Meet us at

"The 21st Biophysics Conference of the Biophysical Society Taiwan"

19.-21.05.2016 National Tsing-Hua University, Hsinchu, TW

Poster by Dhani Ram Mahato
Ion channel properties of the E5 protein of human papillomavirus - a molecular dynamics simulation study.(more)

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HOT article collection of Molecular Biosystems

"Patch formation of a viral channel forming protein within a lipid membrane - Vpu of HIV-1."


Lin, Chen, Fischer; Mol. Biosyst (2016) 12, 1118 - 1127.




Meet us at

"EMN Meeting on Bioinspired Materials"
Workshop Nanopharmaceuticals

14.-18.03.2016 Kaohsiung, TW

Invited Speaker Wolfgang Fischer
Oligomerization of viral channel proteins along a bio-inspired pathway. (more)