Researchers from Belgium and Hungary present a web server for predicting and profiling protein backbone movements based on their amino acid sequence. The method, known as DynaMine, uses statistical analyses and available chemical shift data to produce a residue-level look at these protein dynamics, making it possible to compare different parts of the protein itself.

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