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Detecting Relationships between Amino Acid Residue Sequences and 3D Protein Structures based on a New Class of Rotamer Libraries

Detecting Relationships between Amino Acid Residue Sequences and 3D Protein Structures based on a New Class of Rotamer Libraries

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HINNEBURG, Alexander, Daniel A. KEIM, Wolfgang BRANDT, 1998. Detecting Relationships between Amino Acid Residue Sequences and 3D Protein Structures based on a New Class of Rotamer Libraries. GCB. Köln, Sep 1998. In: Proceedings of the German Conference on Bioinformatics (GCB'98), Köln, September, 1998. GCB. Köln, Sep 1998

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