SEEK ID: https://fairdomhub.org/assays/1311
Investigation: Deep Eutectic Solvents
Biological problem addressed: Model Analysis Type
Organisms: No organisms
Expertise: enzyme kinetics, enzymes, Enzymatic reactions, biochemical enzyme characterization, Biochemistry, molecular simulation, molecular modeling, Programming, Bioinformatics, Computational Biology
Tools: Gromacs, Python, Molecular Dynamics, bash, Biochemistry, Bioinformatics, Biochemistry and protein analysis, Enzyme assay, enzyme kinetics, isothermal titration calorimetry, dynamic light scattering, Spectrophotometry
Polyglot European Scientist. I thrive working in interdisciplinary environments combining the study of enzyme reactions and mechanisms with bioinformatics, molecular modelling, automated data analysis and data stewardship.
This is a collection of deep eutectic solvent (DES) experimental and simulation data that is stored in CML format and analysed using gradient boosting decision trees.
Submitter: Gudrun Gygli
Snapshots: No snapshots
A meta-analysis of the impact of water content and temperature on the viscosities of four deep eutectic solvents (glyceline, reline, DEAG, DEACG), their components (choline chloride, urea, glycerol, ethylene glycol), methanol, and pure water was performed. We analyzed the viscosity data by an automated workflow, using Arrhenius and Vogel–Fulcher–Tammann-Hesse models.
Python script wrapping up (executing) all the steps of the workflow the user enters in it. Together with "names.py" this script requires input files to be located in a folder called "input" in the same directory.
Input data (viscosities, in .csv format) for the modelling workflow, collected from literature, see associated publication for details.
Resulting data from the modelling workflow, see associated publication.
The modelling workflow used on the input data, which leads to the results, see associated publication.
Python script allowing the user to define the names of the input files to be used. Together with "wrapper.py" this script requires input files to be located in a folder called "input" in the same directory.
Instructions and details on the data analysis workflow.