Caltech s Reshuffling Algorithm Advances Field of Computational Protein Design | GenomeWeb

Have you ever contemplated matching the motor of a BMW with the gears of a Mercedes to make a better racing car? Researchers at the California Institute of Technology have developed an algorithm that helps them do exactly this with proteins that share a similar structure. The algorithm predicts which parts of a protein can be swapped — or recombined — without disturbing the overall shape of the proteins, making the hybrids more likely to be functional.

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