Progress over the first decade of CASP experiments.

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TitleProgress over the first decade of CASP experiments.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2005
AuthorsKryshtafovych, A, Venclovas, C, Fidelis, K, Moult, J
JournalProteins
Volume61 Suppl 7
Pagination225-36
Date Published2005
ISSN1097-0134
KeywordsAlgorithms, Computational Biology, Computer Simulation, Computers, Databases, Protein, Models, Molecular, Protein Conformation, Protein Folding, Protein Structure, Secondary, Protein Structure, Tertiary, Proteomics, Reproducibility of Results, Sequence Alignment, Software
Abstract

CASP has now completed a decade of monitoring the state of the art in protein structure prediction. The quality of structure models produced in the latest experiment, CASP6, has been compared with that in earlier CASPs. Significant although modest progress has again been made in the fold recognition regime, and cumulatively, progress in this area is impressive. Models of previously unknown folds again appear to have modestly improved, and several mixed alpha/beta structures have been modeled in a topologically correct manner. Progress remains hard to detect in high sequence identity comparative modeling, but server performance in this area has moved forward.

DOI10.1002/prot.20740
Alternate JournalProteins
PubMed ID16187365
Grant ListLM07085-01 / LM / NLM NIH HHS / United States