Nir London has a post at the Macromolecular Modeling Blog about a recent CAPRI (Critical Assessment of PRediction of Interactions) evaluation meeting. "In this post I’ll try to give a more personal perspective of the experiment results, the state and trends of computational protein-protein docking and the vibes behind the scenes," London writes.

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