Predictions without templates: New folds, secondary structure, and contacts in CASP5

@article{Aloy2003PredictionsWT,
  title={Predictions without templates: New folds, secondary structure, and contacts in CASP5},
  author={Patrick Aloy and Alexander Stark and Caroline Hadley and Robert B. Russell},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2003},
  volume={53}
}
We present the assessment of CASP5 predictions in the new fold category. For coordinate predictions, we considered five targets with new folds and eight lying on the fold recognition borderline. We performed detailed visual and numerical comparisons between predicted and experimental structures to assess prediction accuracy. The two procedures largely agreed, but the visual inspection identified instances where metrics, such as GDT_TS, ranked what we considered incorrect predictions highly. We… Expand
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