Exploring current themes in modern computational and membrane protein biophysics, this book presents a comprehensive account
of the fundamental principles underlying different methods and techniques used to describe the intriguing mechanisms by which
membrane proteins function. The book discusses the experimental approaches employed to study these proteins, with chapters
reviewing recent crucial structural advances that have allowed computational biophysicists to discern how these molecular
machines work. The book then explores what computational methods are available to researchers and what these have taught us
about three key families of membrane proteins: ion channels, transporters and receptors. The book is ideal for researchers
in computational chemistry and computational biophysics.