Innovations in Protein Folding | GenomeWeb

In the Pipeline's Derek Lowe says Rosetta@Home — a distributed-computing approach to working out protein folding problems run from David Baker's lab at the University of Washington — seems to have made progress on a project developing proteins designed to bind to the surface of flu viruses.

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