Latest Protein-protein interaction prediction Stories
The Protein Society, the leading international society devoted to furthering research and development in protein science, announces the winners of its 2013 Awards.
José Onuchic has become an expert at connecting the dots, but finding connections merely implied by the dots … well, that’s quite a trick.
Fifty years after the pioneering discovery that a protein's three-dimensional structure is determined solely by the sequence of its amino acids, an international team of researchers has taken a major step toward fulfilling the tantalizing promise: predicting the structure of a protein from its DNA alone.
An Oak Ridge National Laboratory invention able to quickly predict three-dimensional structure of protein could have huge implications for drug discovery and human health.
Predicting protein structures is valuable in understanding cellular procedures of diseases such as cancer, diabetes and obesity ANN ARBOR, Mich., Jan.
Scientists around the world may benefit from a powerful new database, available for free online, that will help them to home in on the parts of proteins most necessary for their function.
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