‘It’s a transformation’: Researchers are taking DeepMind’s groundbreaking protein folding software to places few predicted
When Google and a University of Washington lab released open source software last summer that could predict the structure of proteins with unprecedented accuracy, scientists almost universally hailed it as a breakthrough that could rapidly accelerate the pace of biological discovery and potentially one day lead to new drugs.
It might, they said, save researchers years of tricky experimental work pinning down protein structure and allow them to jump to meatier biological questions.
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