Correction: Structure Modeling of All Identified G Protein–Coupled Receptors in the Human Genome

@article{Zhang2006CorrectionSM,
  title={Correction: Structure Modeling of All Identified G Protein–Coupled Receptors in the Human Genome},
  author={Yang Zhang and Mark E. DeVries and Jeffrey Skolnick},
  journal={PLoS Computational Biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={2}
}
G protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs), encoded by about 5% of human genes, comprise the largest family of integral membrane proteins and act as cell surface receptors responsible for the transduction of endogenous signal into a cellular response. Although tertiary structural information is crucial for function annotation and drug design, there are few experimentally determined GPCR structures. To address this issue, we employ the recently developed threading assembly refinement (TASSER) method to… CONTINUE READING

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