February 28, 2003
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"ProteinShop": solving protein structures from scratch
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Now the user selects the central helix and manipulates it to reduce interference (where the orange spheres mark atom collisions). Meanwhile, inverse kinematics calculates the angles in the flanking coil regions, and ProteinShop keeps all structures intact while the helix is moved.