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4. The average velocity covariance vector (see text for definition) for each residue of acetylcholinesterase (AChE). The vector lengths are in arbitrary units. The vectors are colored by their length; the longest one being red. The orientation is the same as in Figure 2. ) Mathematics and Molecul ar Neurobiology 37 The vectors reveal how much each residue moves in concert with the gorge. The moiety of AChE that includes the gorge has remarkabl e concerte d motion with the gorg e proper radius. The residues in this moiety gener ally have correlation vectors pointing away from the gorge.

Both t he dielect ric coefficient f and t he screening par am et er K,2 have jump discontinuiti es over surfaces near near t he prot ein-solvent interface. The final discontinuit y is found in t he source t erm f( x ), which mod els the point Mathematics and Molecular Neur obiology 49 charg es at the protein at oms by a sum of delt a fun ctions. While these jump and delt a funct ion discontinuities of coefficient s in the PBE can pose serious numerical difficulties for traditional uniform or nonadaptive mesh par ti al differential equat ion solvers, these features can be efficiently describ ed using adaptive finite element t echniques [34,35,37].

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