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We thank Prof. David M. Leitner, Prof. Akinori Kidera, Prof. Mikito Toda, Dr. Motoyuki Shiga, Dr. Sotaro Fuchigami, and Dr. Hiroshi Teramoto for useful discussions. The authors are grateful for the generous support of this research by the National Science Foundation (CHE-0316551 and CHE-0750309) and Boston University’s Center for Computational Science. This research was supported by Research and Development of the Next-Generation Integrated Simulation of Living Matter, a part of the Development and Use of the Next-Generation Supercomputer Project of the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT).
Advances in Chemical Physics, Advancing Theory for Kinetics and Dynamics of Complex, Many-Dimensional Systems: Clusters and Proteins (Volume 145) by Tamiki Komatsuzaki, R. Stephen Berry, David M. Leitner