Predicting the helix packing of globular proteins by self-correcting distance geometry.

@article{Mumenthaler1995PredictingTH,
  title={Predicting the helix packing of globular proteins by self-correcting distance geometry.},
  author={Catherine Mumenthaler and Werner Braun},
  journal={Protein science : a publication of the Protein Society},
  year={1995},
  volume={4 5},
  pages={863-71}
}
A new self-correcting distance geometry method for predicting the three-dimensional structure of small globular proteins was assessed with a test set of 8 helical proteins. With the knowledge of the amino acid sequence and the helical segments, our completely automated method calculated the correct backbone topology of six proteins. The accuracy of the predicted structures ranged from 2.3 A to 3.1 A for the helical segments compared to the experimentally determined structures. For two proteins… CONTINUE READING

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