An improved protein decoy set for testing energy functions for protein structure prediction.

Abstract

We have improved the original Rosetta centroid/backbone decoy set by increasing the number of proteins and frequency of near native models and by building on sidechains and minimizing clashes. The new set consists of 1,400 model structures for 78 different and diverse protein targets and provides a challenging set for the testing and evaluation of scoring… (More)

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@article{Tsai2003AnIP, title={An improved protein decoy set for testing energy functions for protein structure prediction.}, author={Jerry Tsai and Richard Bonneau and Alexandre V. Morozov and Brian Kuhlman and Carol A. Rohl and David Baker}, journal={Proteins}, year={2003}, volume={53 1}, pages={76-87} }