Is the GD Rose paper out?
johnk at spasm.niddk.nih.gov
Thu Jul 13 11:19:40 EST 1995
In article <3u32co$5n7 at news.ox.ac.uk>, smb at bioch.ox.ac.uk (Simon Brocklehurst) writes:
|> Still, it was nice to see an economical model with not too many obvious
|> fudge factors tagged onto it. Bit of a shame they didn't present results
|> for some small, but complete (as opposed to 50 residue fragments),
|> proteins/folding units though...
He did try (but didn't publish) a model of a protein whose
structure we've just finished. This is about 50 residues long.
Part of it looked all right, but part was badly screwed up.
I guess it's not quite time for the Nobel Prize acceptance speech,
but it's really impressive that LINUS works so well with so little
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