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1115: 80 Residue Symmetric Trimer Design: HBNet
Status: Closed

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RankPlayerGroupScorePoints
126pizpot 117 255  4,6622
127sansyo 117 4648  4,4572
128trentis1 117 2131  4,1722
129dettingen 117 4648  3,7132
130GreekCivilization 117 4648  3,7052
131tallguy-13088 117 4648  3,6222
132martinf 117 2254  3,2502
133lange 117 4648  2,4711
134varjo1 117 4648  2,3861
135Duke_K 117 4648  2,3661
136Flagg65a 117 919  2,3181
137Auntecedent 117 461  2,1811
138FreeFolder 117 4648  2,1391
139tcortes 117 4648  2,0981
140romanus 117 4648  2,0971
141cor2020 117 4648  1,9971
142lamoille 117 4648 Anthropic Dreams1,8931
143rinze 117 186  1,7171
144Mrs_oo7o2 117 4648  1,6281
145Thebatman012 117 4648  1,4901
146cnhrcolemam 117 4648  1,4041
147v4mp1r3 117 4648  1,3421
148mihailiviu 117 4648  1,3201
149taminnugget 117 4648  1,2631
150smarthuman 117 4648 CureCoin1,2581


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Residue IE Score: Monitors that all PHE, TYR, and TRP residues are scoring well.

HBond Network: Rewards networks comprising at least three hydrogen bonds, with at least one hydrogen bond spanning the dimer interface.

Core Existence: Monomer: Ensures that at least 24 residues are buried in the core of the monomer unit.

Core Existence: Complex: Ensures that at least 81 residues are buried in the core of the entire complex (including the interface between monomer units).

Fragment Score: Scans for parts of your design that are unlikely to fold up naturally. Use Rebuild and Remix tools to fix these regions of your design!

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