Protein structure from scratch?
arne at hodgkin.mbi.ucla.edu
Fri Aug 5 19:32:49 EST 1994
In article <31udcg$kjf at news.mic.ucla.edu>, legrand at tesla.mbi.ucla.edu
(Scott Legrand) writes:
From: legrand at tesla.mbi.ucla.edu (Scott Legrand)
Subject: Re: Protein structure from scratch?
Date: 5 Aug 1994 22:10:24 GMT
Organization: Structure Lab - MBI-UCLA
Message-ID: <31udcg$kjf at news.mic.ucla.edu>
References: <170097098S86.FJVAND00 at ukcc.uky.edu>
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
|> structure from scratch?
In principle yes, proteins do it every day. Unofortunately, we haven't
strong clue to the nuts and bolts as to how they do it, just lots of
clues and some reasonable constraints.
>|> a way, or am I just trying to do something impossible? All advice greatly
>It's certainly not impossible, just incredibly unlikely at this stage of
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
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