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BMC Structural Biology - Abstracts
Characterization of putative proteins encoded by variable ORFs in white spot syndrome virus genome
White Spot Syndrome Virus (WSSV) is an enveloped double-stranded DNA virus which causes mortality of several species of shrimp, being considered one of the main pathogens that affects global shrimp farming. Th...Datum: 18.04.2019
Correction to: Classification of the human THAP protein family identifies an evolutionarily conserved coiled coil region
Effect of low complexity regions within the PvMSP3α block II on the tertiary structure of the protein and implications to immune escape mechanisms
Plasmodium vivax merozoite surface protein 3α (PvMSP3α) is a promising vaccine candidate which has shown strong association with immunogenicity and protectiveness. Its use is however complicated by evolutionary p...Datum: 27.03.2019
QRNAS: software tool for refinement of nucleic acid structures
Computational models of RNA 3D structure often present various inaccuracies caused by simplifications used in structure prediction methods, such as template-based modeling or coarse-grained simulations. To obt...Datum: 21.03.2019
Classification of the human THAP protein family identifies an evolutionarily conserved coiled coil region
The THAP (Thanatos Associated Proteins) protein family in humans is implicated in various important cellular processes like epigenetic regulation, maintenance of pluripotency, transposition and disorders like ...Datum: 05.03.2019
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