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Beginner Puzzle (<150): Docking Design
Status: Closed

Summary

Name: Beginner Puzzle (<150): Docking Design
Status: Closed
Created: 01/27/2014
Points: 100
Expired: 07/28/2016 - 23:00
Difficulty: Beginner
Description: We are giving you a helix positioned over a hydrophobic groove where binding occurs in nature. You can mutate any residue on the helix but none on the native binding region. Try to look for favorable hydrophobic interactions in this groove while maintaining the helix. For players with fewer than 150 global points.

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If you are new to Foldit, here are detailed instructions to get you started:
http://fold.it/portal/node/988864
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If you want to fold proteins, know that there are many ways to play and this variety is the main value of Foldit :
- try all puzzles not only "Beginners" ones,
- fold first the ones you like the most,
- try it by yourself to understand what works and what doesn't,
- ask for tips in global chat when you think you don't understand something.

Make sure you have followed these tutorials:
- Lonely Sheets,
- Lock and Lower,
- Rebuild,
- Structure and Rebuild,
- Movin' Along,
- Control over Clashing,
- Intro to Design,
- Swappin' Sidechains,
- Mass Mutate,
- Insertion and Deletion

before starting this puzzle.

Categories: Beginner

Top Groups

RankGroupScorePoints
1Go Science8,926100
2Void Crushers8,91756
3L'Alliance Francophone8,86129
4Anthropic Dreams8,84614
5Androids8,8166

Top Soloists

RankPlayerGroupScorePoints
1science-mathguy 78 1437  8,995100
2ricky136973 78 1437  8,99199
3Malina Hall 78 1437  8,97398
4tarmenic 78 1437  8,95397
5Waya 5 8  8,95195


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Developed by: UW Center for Game Science, UW Institute for Protein Design, Northeastern University, Vanderbilt University Meiler Lab, UC Davis
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