Recommended Protein Folding Software

E. Wijsman wijsman at u.washington.edu
Fri Oct 10 10:56:38 EST 2003

This is one of the big unsolved problems in biology.  There are programs
to predict structure from sequence data but the results aren't very good,
or rather, at this point they are pretty bad.

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On Thu, 9 Oct 2003, Mulatz wrote:

> I'm looking for software to predict protein folding.
> I have the sequence of a gene and I would like to view the protein that the
> sequence codes for. I have searched the internet and I cannot find any
> software (commercial or otherwise) that can predict the structure.
> I a new to this type of software so I my have overlooked or misunderstood
> the features of programs that I have already seen.
> I would appreciate any suggestions as to which programs I should take a look
> at.
> Thank you,
> Kirk

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