Accelrys Adds Protein-Aggregation Prediction Algorithm to Latest Discovery Studio Release | GenomeWeb

By Uduak Grace Thomas

Accelrys has added a new algorithm to the latest release of its Discovery Studio platform that is expected to be of interest to biotherapeutic developers.

The algorithm, which is the result of a four-year collaboration between the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Novartis, helps protein engineers identify the size and location of regions on antibodies that are prone to aggregation and then predict mutations to improve the stability of biotherapeutic formulations.

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