Geometric constraints in protein folding

@article{Molkenthin2018GeometricCI,
  title={Geometric constraints in protein folding},
  author={N. Molkenthin and Steffen M{\"u}hle and A. Mey and M. Timme},
  journal={bioRxiv},
  year={2018}
}
The intricate three-dimensional geometries of protein tertiary structures underlie protein function and emerge through a folding process from one-dimensional chains of amino acids. The exact spatial sequence and configuration of amino acids, the biochemical environment and the temporal sequence of distinct interactions yield a complex folding process that cannot yet be easily tracked for all proteins. To gain qualitative insights into the fundamental mechanisms behind the folding dynamics and… Expand

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