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David Baker picked proteomics because he didn’t want to be bored — now his structure predictions are wowing experts

 

By Meredith W. Salisbury

 

Earlier this year, a small protein folded the wrong way. Sure, proteins make folding mistakes all the time. But this particular protein, produced by streptococcal bacteria, twisted and turned in the complete opposite direction it normally does — and it did it 100 times faster.

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