Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics
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Edited By: Bertrand Garcia-Moreno
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Online ISSN: 1097-0134
Discerning intersecting fusion-activation pathways in the Nipah virus using machine learning
Detecting local residue environment similarity for recognizing near-native structure models
Dual effects of familial Alzheimer's disease mutations (D7H, D7N, and H6R) on amyloid β peptide: Correlation dynamics and zinc binding
Density functional theory calculations on entire proteins for free energies of binding: Application to a model polar binding site
The crystal structure of archaeal serine hydroxymethyltransferase reveals idiosyncratic features likely required to withstand high temperatures
Application of information theory to a three-body coarse-grained representation of proteins in the PDB: Insights into the structural and evolutionary roles of residues in protein structure
Carbohydrate binding module recognition of xyloglucan defined by polar contacts with branching xyloses and CH-Π interactions
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To assess the state of the art in antibody 3D modeling, 11 unpublished high-resolution x-ray Fab crystal structures from diverse species and covering a wide range of antigen-binding site conformations were used as a benchmark to compare Fv models generated by seven structure prediction methodologies. In this Special Issue, Proteins present an overview of the organization, participants and main results of this second antibody modeling assessment (AMA-II).
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