Molecular Dynamics as a pattern recognition tool: an automated process detects peptides that preserve the 3D arrangement of Trypsin's Active Site.


Recently, the synthesis of a molecule has been reported that belongs to a Lysine based, branched cyclic peptide class. This work explores the ability of such molecules to preserve the 3D geometry of the Trypsin's Active Site (TAS) by applying an integrated framework of automated computer procedures. The following four factors a) D/L chirality, b) different… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.bpc.2007.11.008

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