Protein structure from scratch?

Arne Elofsson arne at hodgkin.mbi.ucla.edu
Fri Aug 5 19:32:49 EST 1994


In article <31udcg$kjf at news.mic.ucla.edu>, legrand at tesla.mbi.ucla.edu
(Scott Legrand) writes:
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From: legrand at tesla.mbi.ucla.edu (Scott Legrand)
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Subject: Re: Protein structure from scratch?
Date: 5 Aug 1994 22:10:24 GMT
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In article <170097098S86.FJVAND00 at ukcc.uky.edu>, FJVAND00 at ukcc.uky.edu
(Frank van de Loo) writes:
|> Dear Modelers,
|>  
|> This may be laughable, but I need to know.  Can one construct a model
|>protein
|> structure from scratch?  

In principle yes, proteins do it every day.  Unofortunately, we haven't
a really
strong clue to the nuts and bolts as to how they do it, just lots of
tantalizing
clues and some reasonable constraints.

>
>|> a way, or am I just trying to do something impossible?  All advice greatly
>|> appreciated!
>
>It's certainly not impossible, just incredibly unlikely at this stage of
>the game...
>
>Scott

You haven't seen my last and final potential function.
I had it working yesterday but then I lost it Damn,
another Nobel prize down the sink
arne
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