The MARTINI force field, developed between the groups of Marrink and Tieleman, is a coarse grained (CG) force field suited for molecular dynamics simulations of biomolecular systems. The force field has been parametrized in a systematic way, based on the reproduction of partitioning free energies between polar and apolar phases of a large number of chemical compounds.
The Martini force field has become one of the most used CG force fields in the field of biomolecular molecular dynamics simulations. The original 2004 and 2007 papers have +5k citations. The force field has been implemented in three major simulations codes (Gromacs, Gromos and NAMD). Notable successes are simulations of the clustering behavior of syntaxin-1A, the simulations of the opening of MscL channels, and the simulation of the domain partitioning of membrane peptides.