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3D Structural Properties : From DSSP or PDB or ?

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Old 04-23-2008, 08:27 PM
Pooja Jain
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Default 3D Structural Properties : From DSSP or PDB or ?



Ciao,

To continue this discussion, I am very much interested in what others
say about the best approach to get the 3-D structural properties for
the disordered regions or the secondary structures elements, may be
for the purpose of training some machine learning algorithm or guiding
MD simulations of a deemed homologous protein with unknown structure?

Should it be DSSP or PDB or something else that I am not aware of ?

Thank you.

-Pooja

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