Covers many aspects, from sequence analysis, which is often the starting point for algorithms, through secondary and tertiary methods, to the prediction of docked complexes, which are essential to fully understand biological function.
The organization of this book is excellent. Eighteen chapters lead the reader through the entire process. Many of the authors are, in fact, the developers of some commonly used methods and offer a first-hand introduction to their software. The emphasis is on providing a practical handbook most chapters contain detailed tutorials and worked-through examples that give a real-life flavor to the explanations. - Journal of American Chemical Society The book is a collection of 18 review articles, many written by distinguished experts in their field, providing an overview of the major aspects of protein structure prediction. About half of the articles deal with specific software packages, many of which are free to academic users, where the author of the software discussed. a useful reference to address for anyone thinking of dipping their toes into this exciting field. - Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education
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