How Accurate Must Potentials Be for Successful Modeling of Protein Folding?

@inproceedings{Pande1995HowAM,
  title={How Accurate Must Potentials Be for Successful Modeling of Protein Folding?},
  author={Vijay S. Pande and Alexander Y. Grosberg and Toyoichi Tanaka},
  year={1995}
}
Protein sequences are believed to have been selected to provide the stability of, and reliable renaturation to, an encoded unique spatial fold. In recently proposed theoretical schemes, this selection is modeled as “minimal frustration,” or “optimal energy” of the desirable target conformation over all possible sequences, such that the “design” of the sequence is governed by the interactions between monomers. With replica mean field theory, we examine the possibility to reconstruct the… CONTINUE READING

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