Anaika Sibley

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It is shown that the averaged chemical shift (ACS) of a particular nucleus in the protein backbone empirically correlates well to its secondary structure content (SSC). Chemical shift values of more than 200 proteins obtained from the Biological Magnetic Resonance Bank are used to calculate ACS values, and the SSC is estimated from the corresponding(More)
Genetic and evolutionary algorithms, inspired by biological processes, provide a technique for programs to "automatically" improve their parameters. We discuss the basics of the algorithms and introduce our own hybrid. The development of this hybrid and its application to a simplified problem, evolving the coefficients for the sine function in a Taylor(More)
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