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Protein structure prediction using sparse NOE and RDC restraints with Rosetta in CASP13

Proteins

Jul 12, 2019

Georg Kuenze, Jens Meiler

Abstract

Computational methods that produce accurate protein structure models from limited experimental data, for example, from nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, hold great potential for biomedical research. The NMR-assisted modeling challenge in CASP13 provided a blind test to expl...read more

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Computer Software
Meta Analysis (Statistical Procedure)
Determination Aspects
Viral Structural Proteins
TMEM165
Challenge
Hybrid Modeling
OLFM1
Structure
probe gene fragment
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Protein structure prediction using sparse NOE and RDC restraints with Rosetta in CASP13

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PMID: 31292988

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Computational methods that produce accurate protein structure models from limited experimental data, for example, from nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy, hold great potential for biomedical research. The NMR-assisted modeling challenge in CASP13 provided a blind test to expl...read more

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Meta Analysis (Statistical Procedure)
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Viral Structural Proteins
TMEM165
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