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Residue contacts predicted by evolutionary covariance extend the application of ab initio molecular replacement to larger and more challenging protein folds

Residue contacts predicted by evolutionary covariance extend the application of ab initio molecular replacement to larger and more challenging protein folds

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SIMKOVIC, Felix, Jens M. H. THOMAS, Ronan M. KEEGAN, Martyn D. WINN, Olga MAYANS, Daniel J. RIGDEN, 2016. Residue contacts predicted by evolutionary covariance extend the application of ab initio molecular replacement to larger and more challenging protein folds. In: IUCrJ. 3(4), pp. 259-270. eISSN 2052-2525

@article{Simkovic2016-07-01Resid-34989, title={Residue contacts predicted by evolutionary covariance extend the application of ab initio molecular replacement to larger and more challenging protein folds}, year={2016}, doi={10.1107/S2052252516008113}, number={4}, volume={3}, journal={IUCrJ}, pages={259--270}, author={Simkovic, Felix and Thomas, Jens M. H. and Keegan, Ronan M. and Winn, Martyn D. and Mayans, Olga and Rigden, Daniel J.} }

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