MIT, Tufts Researchers Develop Compression Techniques for Faster Protein Search | GenomeWeb

Researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Tufts University, and Harvard Medical School have developed a method of compressing protein data that they claim speeds up tasks such as protein structure prediction and orthology mapping while providing results as accurate as those generated by existing tools.

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