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Computational and theoretical methods are advancing protein design as a means to create and investigate proteins. Such efforts further our capacity to control, design and understand biomolecular structure, sequence and function. Herein, the focus is on some recent applications that involve using theoretical and computational methods to guide the design of protein sequence ensembles, new enzymes, proteins with novel cofactors, and membrane proteins.
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Coenzymes, Computational Biology, Enzymes, Membrane Proteins, Protein Engineering, Proteins
Saven, J. G. (2011). Computational Protein Design: Engineering Molecular Diversity, Nonnatural Enzymes, Nonbiological Cofactor Complexes, and Membrane Proteins. Current Opinion in Chemical Biology, 15 (3), 452-457. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cbpa.2011.03.014
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