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652: 40 Residue Symmetry Dimer Retry
Status: Closed

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2Anthropic Dreams11,38884
3L'Alliance Francophone11,36470
4Gargleblasters11,26857
5Beta Folders11,19547
6SETI.Germany11,08738
7foldeRNA11,08030
8Team Hungary11,03124
9Go Science11,01319
10Void Crushers10,97615
11FoldIt@Netherlands10,75811
12E?????! Heureka!10,7529
13Natural Abilities10,7137
14Androids10,7055
15Russian team10,6984
16Clear the Way10,3273
17Furries10,2142
18xkcd10,1521
19null pointer exception9,9861
20Origami9,7521
21Czech National Team9,6351
22BOINC@Poland9,4681
23hhv99,3461
24Mojo Risin'9,2661
25Team China8,7741


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Joined: 05/11/2012
LayerDesign

For more info on the Layer Design filter, please see: http://fold.it/portal/node/993855

Joined: 12/06/2008
Groups: Contenders
Not realistic at all!

The filter will not allow me to place hydrophobes anywhere on a helix. I want to place hydrophobes in the area between two helices (the "inside"), while keeping the area to the outside of both hydrophilic. But no matter where I try to mutate a helix, it never lets me choose a hydrophobic, because all parts of a helix are apparently "outside".

I don't want to mutate my protein before I place it in some type of organized structure(s).

Am I doing something wrong, here? I am hearing cries like mine throughout chat. I really think the devs ned to re-consider how this filter works, or even if it we need it.

How about scoring "proper" sidechains better, but allowing us to mutate to whatever we think best?

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