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        StatementElsevier Science
        PublishersElsevier Science
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        LC ClassificationsDecember 1, 1991
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        Paginationxvi, 75 p. :
        Number of Pages81
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        ISBN 101559382929
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As a result, molecular modelling approaches for structure prediction and design often employ multiple levels of resolution: large-scale conformational sampling is performed with a computationally efficient coarse-grained energy function that captures hydrophobic burial, formation of secondary structure, and avoidance of atomic overlaps ,; final protein model selection and refinement requires explicit modelling of the amino acid side chains using a more time-intensive, high-resolution atomistic energy function Fig.

Myosin VI may behave as a dynamic tension sensor, moving along actin until tension is sensed and then anchoring to maintain tension. Artificial neural networks encompass one or more sequentially connected layers of processing units the neuronswhich transform input features to output predictions. Bone Healing and the Differentiation of Osteoprogenitor Cells in Mammals D.

Structural genomics and structural biology: compare and contrast

30—31, 134, 136—139, 145, 326—327 Yano, K.264—265, 267t X Xi, Q. ", TY - CHAP T1 - Structural biology of the DJ-1 superfamily AU - Smith, Nathan AU - Wilson, Mark A.82—83, 258, 326 Yang, Y. Here we describe recent progress in both approaches with a focus on molecular-modelling strategies for generating novel protein backbones, complexes and functional sites.

In some projects it is useful or necessary to start with a specific template because it has functionality needed for the design goals. In this Review, we describe current approaches for protein structure prediction and design and highlight a selection of the successful applications they have enabled.157, 162t, 179t, 267t, 273—274, 283 Xiang, Q.

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Future Perspectives; References; Protein aggregation in a membrane environment; I.267t, 273—274, 283 Zanolini, A.216t, 218 Yatham, L. Ceruloplasmin: Structure and Function of a Ferroxidase S. More recently, immunohistochemistry and hybridization histochemistry have been added to the morphologist's repertoire of available technologies.