imprtance of knowing 3d structure
Richard P Grant
rgrant at see.sig.for.address
Fri Jul 11 06:34:37 EST 1997
Mr. G. Morley (gmorley at hgmp.mrc.ac.uk) wrote:
} I could gibber on a bit longer on this (we would not have to
} do x-ray crystalography anymore - which would save a lot of time and money)
Heh, time for a conspiracy theory.
There is a method for accurate prediction of tertiary structure, but it is
being suppressed by those with a vested interest in current methodology,
ie protein crystallographers and NMR chemists.
No, seriously, I have nothing against structure people, one of my best
friends wrote an NMR paper once...
Richard P. Grant MA DPhil University of Oxford | rgrant at molbiol
http://www.molbiol.ox.ac.uk/~rgrant FFPGP | .ox.ac.uk
----------# CV at http://www.molbiol.ox.ac.uk/~rgrant/cv.html #-----------
More information about the Bioforum