Solvent accessible surface area approximations for rapid and accurate protein structure prediction

@inproceedings{Durham2009SolventAS,
  title={Solvent accessible surface area approximations for rapid and accurate protein structure prediction},
  author={Elizabeth Durham and Brent Dorr and Nils Woetzel and Ren{\'e} Staritzbichler and Jens Meiler},
  booktitle={Journal of molecular modeling},
  year={2009}
}
The burial of hydrophobic amino acids in the protein core is a driving force in protein folding. The extent to which an amino acid interacts with the solvent and the protein core is naturally proportional to the surface area exposed to these environments. However, an accurate calculation of the solvent-accessible surface area (SASA), a geometric measure of this exposure, is numerically demanding as it is not pair-wise decomposable. Furthermore, it depends on a full-atom representation of the… CONTINUE READING

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