Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. II. Application to protein A, ROP, and crambin.

  title={Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. II. Application to protein A, ROP, and crambin.},
  author={Andrzej Kolinski and Jeffrey Skolnick},
  volume={18 4},
The hierarchy of lattice Monte Carlo models described in the accompanying paper (Kolinski, A., Skolnick, J. Monte Carlo simulations of protein folding. I. Lattice model and interaction scheme. Proteins 18:338-352, 1994) is applied to the simulation of protein folding and the prediction of 3-dimensional structure. Using sequence information alone, three proteins have been successfully folded: the B domain of staphylococcal protein A, a 120 residue, monomeric version of ROP dimer, and crambin… CONTINUE READING

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