volume 83, issue 9, P1616-1624 2015
DOI: 10.1002/prot.24846
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Abstract: SummaryProteins are the main active elements of life whose chemical activities regulate cellular activities. A protein is characterized by having a sequence of amino acids and a three dimensional structure. The three-dimensional structure has only been determined experimentally for 50000 of the seven million sequences that are known. Determining the protein structure from its sequence of amino acids is therefore a major problem in computational structural biology and is referred to as the protein folding prob…

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