Acknowledgements

A special thanks goes out to to the supporting organizations behind the APBS and PDB2PQR software...

National Biomedical Computation Resource - Deployment and computational resources support
National Institutes of Health - Funding via grant GM069702
National Partnership for Advanced Computational Infrastructure - Funding and computational resources
Washington University in St. Louis - Startup funding

Contributors to date

Contributions to the APBS and PDB2PQR are always welcome and can be shared through GitHub, the mailing list, or emailed directly to nathanandrewbaker@gmail.com.

The following is an alphabetical list of contributors to the APBS/PDB2PQR effort:

  • Nathan Baker: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Tucker Beck: APBS
  • Steve Bond: APBS
  • Larry Canino: APBS
  • Zhan Chen: APBS
  • Vincent Chu: APBS
  • Todd Dolinsky: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Adrian Elcock: APBS
  • Dave Gohara: APBS
  • Michael Grabe: APBS
  • Stephen Gradwohl: APBS
  • Keith Fligg: APBS
  • Tyler Harmon: APBS
  • Yong Huang: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Michael Holst: APBS
  • Peter Hui: APBS
  • Liz Jurrus: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Adrian Kaats: APBS
  • Patrice Koehl: APBS
  • Robert Konecny: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Stephen Libby: APBS
  • Chiansan Ma: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • J. Andrew McCammon: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Kyle Monson: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Jens Nielsen: PDB2PQR
  • Mike Schnieders: APBS
  • Dave Sept: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Andrew Stevens: APBS
  • Samir Unni: APBS, PDB2PQR
  • Guowei Wei: APBS
  • Justin Xiang: APBS