Nov 26, 2013

Utilizing Quantum Biological Techniques on a Quantum Processing Unit for Improved Protein Binding Site Determination

BioRxiv : the Preprint Server for Biology
Xuewei ChenPamela C Ronald


Iff Technologies has constructed a tool named Polar+ that can predict protein-to-protein binding sites on a given receptor protein that operates faster and at a higher quality than the prominent industry standards for protein binding, including Autodock Vina and SwissDock. The ability to provide this advantage comes from a new approach to biophysics, dubbed many-body biological quantum systems, that are modeled using quantum processing units and quantum algorithms. This paper provides both experimental and theoretical evidence behind the validity of the quantum biology approach to protein modeling, an overview of the first experimental work completed by Polar+, and a review of the results obtained.

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