volume 85, issue 1, P30-38 2016
DOI: 10.1002/prot.25185
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Abstract: Current methods for antibody structure prediction rely on sequence homology to known structures. Although this strategy often yields accurate predictions, models can be stereo-chemically strained. Here, we present a fully automated algorithm, called AbPredict, that disregards sequence homology, and instead uses a Monte Carlo search for low-energy conformations built from backbone segments and rigid-body orientations that appear in antibody molecular structures. We find cases where AbPredict selects accurate lo…

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