Matt Menke

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The amino acid sequence rules that specify beta-sheet structure in proteins remain obscure. A subclass of beta-sheet proteins, parallel beta-helices, represent a processive folding of the chain into an elongated topologically simpler fold than globular beta-sheets. In this paper, we present a computational approach that predicts the right-handed parallel(More)
The recent explosion in newly sequenced bacterial genomes is outpacing the capacity of researchers to try to assign functional annotation to all the new proteins. Hence, computational methods that can help predict structural motifs provide increasingly important clues in helping to determine how these proteins might function. We introduce a Markov Random(More)
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