Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics
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Edited By: Bertrand Garcia-Moreno
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Native fold and docking pose discrimination by the same residue-based scoring function
Inferring the microscopic surface energy of protein–protein interfaces from mutation data
Prediction of VH–VL domain orientation for antibody variable domain modeling
The near-symmetry of proteins
Conserved movement of TMS11 between occluded conformations of LacY and XylE of the major facilitator superfamily suggests a similar hinge-like mechanism
Hierarchical domain-motion analysis of conformational changes in sarcoplasmic reticulum Ca2+-ATPase
Quantitative delineation of how breathing motions open ligand migration channels in myoglobin and its mutants
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