NAR Molecular Biology Database Collection entry number 385
Ram Samudrala and Michael Levitt
Decoys are computer generated conformations of protein sequences that possess some characteristics of native proteins, but are not biologically real. The primary use of decoys is to test scoring, or energy, functions.
1. Samudrala R, Levitt M. (2000). Decoys'R'Us: a database of incorrect conformations to improve protein structure prediction. Protein Sci. 9(7):1399-1401
Category: Structure Databases
Subcategory: Protein structure
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