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SphereCon - A method for precise estimation of residue relative solvent accessible area from limited structural information.

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Summary of "SphereCon - A method for precise estimation of residue relative solvent accessible area from limited structural information."

In proteins, solvent accessibility of individual residues is a factor contributing to their importance for protein function and stability. Hence one might wish to calculate solvent accessibility in order to predict the impact of mutations, their pathogenicity, and for other biomedical applications. A direct computation of solvent accessibility is only possible if all atoms of a protein three-dimensional structure are reliably resolved.

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Name: Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
ISSN: 1367-4811
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