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651: Electron Density for CASP10 Target T0691 Round 2
Status: Closed

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Name: 651: Electron Density for CASP10 Target T0691 Round 2
Status: Closed
Created: 11/10/2012
Points: 100
Expired: 11/17/2012 - 23:00
Difficulty: Advanced
Description: This is the second round of the density version of the CASP10 target T0691. This time, we've given you server models as starting points, and the density has been updated. The density in the last puzzle was being cut off at the wrong spot along one of the dimensions, and this time around, the density should contain one whole copy of the protein (it's in there somewhere!). Keep in mind that there are some pieces of density from other copies of the protein, and you'll have to figure out which parts actually belong. We're working on some exciting new tools that will allow you to edit which parts of the density you actually see, so stay tuned to the Developer Preview!
Categories: Electron Density, Overall, Prediction

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Joined: 09/21/2011
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We have now 2 puzzles 649?

And how about the comment from someone that this one is really a dimer?

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T691 is released
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Sorry about the numbering issue. This protein is actually a tetramer, not a dimer.

Joined: 05/19/2009
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reset puzzle vs threading list.

Would you please tell us which 'TMPL' from the threading window is which quark or zhang model from 'reset puzzle' ? And also which one is thus missing from the cycling of the 'reset puzzle'. It would save us a lot of time in figuring that out.

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eureka.

I just realized TMPL7 is the straight backbone template. question answered, thank you.

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Do we know whether the

Do we know whether the proteins in the ED are arranged as a tetramer, or whether all the monomers face the same way? Do we know whether the ED includes the long leading helix (segments 1-27) which is missing from the published native?

I ask not just in reference to this puzzle, but in general if a protein is a polymer, will the ED have the proteins arranged into that polymer?

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