DelPhi is a protein electrostatics program, originally developed in Dr. Barry Honig's lab and currently being maintained by Delphi Development team. It utilizes a finite difference method to solve the Poisson-Boltzmann equation for biomolecules and objects within a given system. Its benefits lie in the ability to solve linear or non-linear PB equations while being fast, versatile, and accurate. This webserver provides with an easy, straight-forward, and step-by-step process for using DelPhi for your own interests. Standalone Delphi package is available free of charge for download here.
A quick overview of how everything works:
DelPhi is running on Clemson University's Palmetto Supercomputer cluster. We would like to thank the Palmetto team for hosting this service. We also would like to acknowledge NIH-Grant# 1R01GM093937for supporting this work.
Finally, If these results appear in published papers, we ask humbly to include a reference to our service as defined here.