Assessment of CASP7 predictions in the high accuracy template‐based modeling category

@article{Read2007AssessmentOC,
  title={Assessment of CASP7 predictions in the high accuracy template‐based modeling category},
  author={Randy J. Read and Gayatri Chavali},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2007},
  volume={69}
}
Models for target domains in the high accuracy template‐based modeling category were assessed according to a number of criteria evaluating the quality of the main‐chain prediction (GDT‐HA), predicted sequence alignment (AL0), and side‐chain rotameric state. A new criterion was introduced, the quality of the model for use in solving a crystal structure by molecular replacement. There is good evidence that modeling adds value to the template structures, particularly when multiple templates are… Expand
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