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Optimization of Synthetic Proteins: Identification of Interpositional Dependencies Indicating Structurally and/or Functionally Linked Residues

DOI :

10.3791/52878-v

7:08 min

July 14th, 2015

July 14th, 2015

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1Battelle Center for Mathematical Medicine, The Research Institute at Nationwide Children's Hospital

Synthetic protein sequences based on consensus motifs typically ignore co-evolving residues, that imply interpositional dependencies (IPDs). IPDs can be essential to activity, and designs that disregard them may result in suboptimal results. This protocol uses StickWRLD to identify IPDs and help inform rational protein design, resulting in more efficient results.

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