Protein–protein docking predictions for the CAPRI experiment

@article{Gray2003ProteinproteinDP,
  title={Protein–protein docking predictions for the CAPRI experiment},
  author={Jeffrey J. Gray and Stewart E. Moughon and Tanja Kortemme and Ora Schueler‐Furman and Kira M. S. Misura and Alexandre V. Morozov and David Baker},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2003},
  volume={52}
}
We predicted structures for all seven targets in the CAPRI experiment using a new method in development at the time of the challenge. The technique includes a low‐resolution rigid body Monte Carlo search followed by high‐resolution refinement with side‐chain conformational changes and rigid body minimization. Decoys (∼106 per target) were discriminated using a scoring function including van der Waals and solvation interactions, hydrogen bonding, residue–residue pair statistics, and rotamer… Expand
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