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Recipe: Wiggle Walk
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Name: Wiggle Walk
ID: 32894
Created on: Fri, 09/30/2011 - 00:48
Updated on: Mon, 10/03/2011 - 01:41
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End game recipe that compacts protein structures further. Last resort for gaining 100ths of points. Inspired by tlaloc Repeat Settle 3.0



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Joined: 09/22/2011
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Wiggle Walk is a very simple recipe, making use of the freeze tool, and the local wiggle sequence, on alternating protein segments. It was deliberately made to be quite short and simple, allowing users to run it as many times as they like, without having to wait too long for it to finish. It should be considered a last resort for gaining 100ths of points in a protein structure. However, it is still possible to squeeze out more points by running other recipes afterwards, and then returning to this one.

Joined: 10/25/2011
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Huh. Very good idea, but

Huh. Very good idea, but there's quite a lot of local-wiggle recipes out there already. Why is this so different from the others?

Joined: 09/22/2011
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It might not be so different

It might not be so different from the rest. This is my first attempt at making a recipe, and compared with a couple of well-known walking recipes, it seems to do quite well. That isn't to say that there's no room for improvement...

I recommend trying "Kuwaga Repeat Settle 0.93" as an alternative to this one.

Joined: 09/22/2011
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Updated Version

There is now an updated version for this recipe. You can find the updated version at http://fold.it/portal/recipe/35043 (Wiggle Walk 2)

It is somewhat faster than Wiggle Walk, but yields the same amount of points.
See the link for more details.

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Developed by: UW Center for Game Science, UW Institute for Protein Design, Northeastern University, Vanderbilt University Meiler Lab, UC Davis
Supported by: DARPA, NSF, NIH, HHMI, Amazon, Microsoft, Adobe, Boehringer Ingelheim, RosettaCommons