Advances in Molecular Modeling of Nanoparticle–Nucleic Acid Interfaces
Nanoparticles (NPs) play increasingly important roles in nanotechnology and nanomedicine in which nanoparticle surface chemistry allows for control over interactions with other nanoparticles and biomolecules. In particular, for applications in drug and gene delivery, a fundamental understanding of the NP–nucleic acid interface allows for development of more efficient and effective nanoparticle carriers. Computational modeling can provide insights of processes occurring at the inorganic NP–nucleic interface in detail that is difficult to access by experimental methods. With recent advances such as the use of graphics processing units (GPUs) for simulations, computational modeling has the potential to give unprecedented insight into inorganic–biological interfaces via the examination of increasingly large and complex systems. In this Topical Review, we briefly review computational methods relevant to the interactions of inorganic NPs and nucleic acids and highlight recent insights obtained from various computational methods that were applied to studies of inorganic nanoparticle–nanoparticle and nanoparticle–nucleic acid interfaces. Graphic Abstract
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