GRIFFIN is a versatile methodology for optimizing protein-lipid interfaces during the set-up of membrane-protein molecular dynamics simulations. It is a stand-alone suite of tools designed to work alongside any existing molecular dynamics software, such as NAMD or GROMACS. GRIFFIN was developed in collaboration with Lucy Forrest at the Max Planck Institute of Biophysics. GRIFFIN 1.0 was programmed in C++ by René Staritzbichler.

  • Article in J Chem Theor Comp 2011 Link

  • Source code GRIFFIN 1.0 Link

  • GRIFFIN 1.0 Manual Link

  • Tutorial for NAMD users Link

  • Tutorial for GROMACS users - in progress

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