M. Ganapathiraju

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A current barrier for successful rational drug design is the lack of understanding of the structure space provided by the proteins in a cell that is determined by their sequence space. The protein sequences capable of folding to functional three-dimensional shapes of the proteins are clearly different for different organisms, since sequences obtained from(More)
What do proteins look like? Proteins are composed of fundamental building blocks of chemical molecules called amino acids. When a protein is synthesized by the cells, initially it is just a string of amino acids. This string arranges itself in a process called protein folding into a complex three-dimensional structure capable of exerting the function of the(More)
A current barrier for successful rational drug design is the lack of understanding of the structure space provided by the proteins in a cell that is determined by their sequence space. The protein sequences capable of folding to functional three-dimensional shapes of the proteins are clearly different for different organisms, since sequences obtained from(More)
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