PNP online is a web-based software for running Poisson Nernst Planck theory.
A complete list of publications: Many are available on-line by clicking the link named PDF.
Additional resources are:
The early versions of PNP are found in https://ftp.rush.edu/users/molebio/Bob_Eisenberg/pub/PNP.
Later versions are in https://ftp.rush.edu/users/molebio/Bob_Eisenberg/pub/Nonner and https://ftp.rush.edu/users/molebio/Bob_Eisenberg/pub/Hollerbach.
https://ftp.rush.edu/users/molebio/Bob_Eisenberg/pub/noise/ contains files for studying single channels in noise, written by Rick Levis.
Rick Levis (deceased, 2005) publications and CV are in https://ftp.rush.edu/users/molebio/RickLevis/Levis_Publications_CV/.
Departmental contact information
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Telephone: 312-942-6454. Fax: 312-942-8711.
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