Protein design: a perspective from simple tractable models

Folding & Design
Eugene I Shakhnovich

Abstract

Recent progress in computational approaches to protein design builds on advances in statistical mechanical protein folding theory. Here, the number of sequences folding into a given conformation is evaluated and a simple condition for a protein model's designability is outlined.

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