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481: Unsolved Nanog Transcription Factor 2
Status: Closed


Name: 481: Unsolved Nanog Transcription Factor 2
Status: Closed
Created: 11/14/2011
Points: 175
Expired: 11/28/2011 - 23:59
Difficulty: Intermediate
Description: We are posting 10 more starts for the unsolved Nanog protein (while it's still fresh in your mind). Resetting the puzzle will cycle through 10 Quark server predictions that are also in the Alignment Tool so you can use partial threading. This puzzle will be up for 2 weeks and worth 175 global points! More info in the puzzle comments and blog: http://fold.it/portal/node/991003
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Additional info in the blog: http://fold.it/portal/node/991003

You can see the 10 Quark Server results (where you'll find secondary structure & burial predictions) here:

Additional information on partial threading here:


Please make sure to try out all 10 starting server models, since we have no clue which one is closer to the correct native structure.

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randomly spinning jmols

it is great that we can see the jmol for each alignment excellent in a side by side comparision - however I found that if I tried to line them up to compare them they started spinning randomly which defeated my purpose.

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sadly those are created by the Zhang server

we have no control over that page.

They are the same models as your starting structures, however, so you can save the starting model and load it in as a guide to compare between them.

Hopefully that helps a bit!

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