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Volume 10 Supplement 1

Selected articles from the Computational Structural Bioinformatics Workshop 2009

Research

Edited by Jing He and Di Wu

Computational Structural Bioinformatics Workshop 2009. Go to conference site.

Washington, DC, USA1 November 2009

  1. Many proteins undergo extensive conformational changes as part of their functionality. Tracing these changes is important for understanding the way these proteins function. Traditional biophysics-based conform...

    Authors: Nurit Haspel, Mark Moll, Matthew L Baker, Wah Chiu and Lydia E Kavraki

    Citation: BMC Structural Biology 2010 10(Suppl 1):S1

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  2. Currently a huge amount of protein-protein interaction data is available from high throughput experimental methods. In a large network of protein-protein interactions, groups of proteins can be identified as f...

    Authors: Ataur R Katebi, Andrzej Kloczkowski and Robert L Jernigan

    Citation: BMC Structural Biology 2010 10(Suppl 1):S4

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  3. There is a considerable literature on the source of the thermostability of proteins from thermophilic organisms. Understanding the mechanisms for this thermostability would provide insights into proteins gener...

    Authors: Todd J Taylor and Iosif I Vaisman

    Citation: BMC Structural Biology 2010 10(Suppl 1):S5

    Content type: Research

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