A novel method for sampling alpha-helical protein backbones.


We present a novel technique of sampling the configurations of helical proteins. Assuming knowledge of native secondary structure, we employ assembly rules gathered from a database of existing structures to enumerate the geometrically possible three-dimensional arrangements of the constituent helices. We produce a library of possible folds for 25 helical… (More)


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