Structural Biology Complexity Arenas

Structural Biology Complexity Arenas

Structural biology focuses at the atomic level for understanding the biomolecules. Most of the aspects of structural biology are complex. Researchers are proving to be successful in solving these complexities like the determination of protein structures, functional annotations and drug designing. Though structures of proteins are solved on a huge scale, the gap between available sequence data and structure data is enormous. Bridging this gap is one of the main challenges. In the current research, some of the most complex areas are protein folding, catching the complication of dynamic nanomachines and signaling networks, understanding the intrinsically disordered proteins.

 

  • Targeting Intrinsically Disordered Proteins

  • Catching the Complexity of Dynamic Nanomachines

  • Bridging the Gap between Sequence Data and Structure Data

  • Networks of Signaling

  • Protein Folding Dynamics

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