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Residue contact-count potentials are as effective as residue-residue contact-type potentials for ranking protein decoys

Dan M Bolser*, Ioannis Filippis, Henning Stehr, Jose Duarte and Michael Lappe

BMC Structural Biology 2008, 8:53  doi:10.1186/1472-6807-8-53

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Open source tools to repeat this work

Dan Bolser   (2010-08-19 10:15)  University of Dundee email

Much of the software infrastructure used to perform this study has been released in the form of an open source project, hosted at Bioinformatics.Org.

The project's page is here:
The Otto Warburg Java Library For Structural Bioinformatics.

Links to the SVN software repository and the developer mailing list can be found here:
Bioinformatics.Org News & Commentary.

Competing interests

I am the author of this paper, and therefore motivated to provide useful additional information like the above.


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