volume 83, issue 8, P1436-1449 2015
DOI: 10.1002/prot.24829
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Abstract: Predicted protein residue-residue contacts can be used to build three-dimensional models and consequently to predict protein folds from scratch. A considerable amount of effort is currently being spent to improve contact prediction accuracy, whereas few methods are available to construct protein tertiary structures from predicted contacts. Here, we present an ab initio protein folding method to build three-dimensional models using predicted contacts and secondary structures. Our method first translates contac…

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