CAPRI rounds 3–5 reveal promising successes and future challenges for RosettaDock

@article{Daily2005CAPRIR3,
  title={CAPRI rounds 3–5 reveal promising successes and future challenges for RosettaDock},
  author={Michael D. Daily and David L. Masica and A. Sivasubramanian and Sony Somarouthu and Jeffrey J. Gray},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2005},
  volume={60}
}
CAPRI Rounds 3, 4, and 5 are the first public test of the published RosettaDock algorithm. The targets cover a wide range of sizes and shapes. For most targets, published biological information indicated the region of the binding site on at least one docking partner. The RosettaDock algorithm produced high accuracy predictions for three targets, medium‐accuracy predictions for two targets, and an acceptable prediction for one target. RosettaDock predicted all five targets with less than 450… Expand
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