[RC5] Gene sequencing next d.net project?

Ben Ketteridge ben.ketteridge at proact.net
Tue Dec 7 09:21:17 EST 1999


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Essam Metwally" <emetwall at ucalgary.ca>
Subject: Re: [RC5] Gene sequencing next d.net project?

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> The majority are single process programs.  Essentially they rotate,
> shorten, lengthen and do other 3D transformations and recalculate the
> total free energy at every step.  You can restrict the locus of rotation
> or you can give the computer free reign.  Typically the end result is a
> more stable conformation.  You can then plug this conformation in and do
> some tweaking and find a more stable confromation.  Typically this goes
> on until nothing  more stable is found.

This seems relevant to the discussion:

http://news.bbc.co.uk/hi/english/sci/tech/newsid_553000/553690.stm

Are we considering going up against IBM?
Now there's a challenge!!

I'm up for it.

Tara,
Ben.

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