Hidden Markov Models for Non-sequential Alignments. Start date: July 2004. Expires: June 2006. Amount: $174,951. Principal investigator: Christopher Bystroff. Sponsor: Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.

Project to develop predictive models for protein structures using the SCALI (Structural Core ALIgnment) software package, which aligns proteins that share a certain part of their folding arrangement, and then clusters these alignments to find the recurrent themes.

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