Julia Hartling

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Theoretical studies of RNA and lattice protein models suggest that mutationally robust or the so-called designable phenotypes tend to have special geometric features such as being more compact and more geometrically regular. Such geometrical forms have been also linked to speed of folding and stability properties that may also assist in promoting mutational(More)
In modern biology, one of the most important research problems is to understand how protein sequences fold into their native 3D structures. To investigate this problem at a high level, one wishes to analyze the protein landscapes, i.e., the structures of the space of all protein sequences and their native 3D structures. Perhaps the most basic computational(More)
In modern biology, one of the most important research problems is to understand how protein sequences fold into their native 3D structures. To investigate this problem at a high level, one wishes to analyze the protein landscapes, i.e., the structures of the space of all protein sequences and their native 3D structures. Perhaps the most basic computational(More)
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