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Microarray Gene Expression Patterns - a gene expression analysis Patient Quality of Life - an exhaustive regression analysis to identify the specific factors that ease the suffering of chemotherapy recipients Protein Folding - a study of the molecular dynamics of protein folding to create greater understanding of the behavior of cancer cells and how they interact with potential new treatments The project runs on the Parabon Computation Frontier Compute Engine platform.
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As of version 3. The site has been translated into many different languages. The project celebrated its tenth anniversary on October 1, On October 21,the project announced that it achieved its initial goal: The achievement was published in the November,edition of Naturein an article titled "Absolute comparison of simulated and experimental protein-folding dynamics.
On January 10,the project broke the 90, active CPU mark. On October 10,it broke theactive CPU mark. On April 24,it broke theactive CPU mark. On January 14,it broke theactuve CPU mark. On September 20,it broke theactive CPU mark. In June,the project started using the Gromacs molecular dynamics modeling software.
This software allows the project to simulate larger proteins more accurately and much more quickly than the previous software.
As of August 12,the Gromacs software has successfully modeled one of the simpler molecules, projectand shows a lot of promise for success with larger molecules.
On March 27,the project began studying several new types or work units, including NTL9 a protein with both beta and alpha structure and 1PRB a three-helix bundle. The project also increased the scope of its trpzip investigation to include a fourth variant trpzip4.
On April 23,it published the first results from its Gromacs core. On August 20,the project began its Px projects: On January 15,the project published the results of its p53 tumor suppressor study, part of its cancer research project.
These results are "the first peer-reviewed results from a distributed computing project related to cancer. If it is successful, this method could be up to one hundred times faster than previous cores. On September 18,the project released an updated version of its PlayStation 3 client, now included in a Life With PlayStation feature on the PlayStation 3 console, which does more complex scientific calculations and which displays a more detailed globe, with weather and news reports for major cities plus a real-time map of cloud cover over the globe.
Learning about this mechanism will help scientists better understand how the influenza virus enters cells.
On November 18,the project owners announced they have developed the new Copernicus framework to utilize supercomputers efficiently for protein folding simulations.
Students and teachers should see the Education Home section of the site. See the research papers and articles published from the results of this project. Can a grid ofCPUs tackle fundamental barriers in molecular simulation?
Windows Media Player is required to view the video. See independently-maintained hourly team and user stats for this project at statsman. See an independent support site for helpful hints about participating in this project.
See the original Folding Home project. Join a discussion forum about this project. Join a discussion forum about the original project. Join an independent discussion forum about ab-initio protein folding where the folding is simulated completely in software To participate in the project, follow the instructions on the project website to download and install the software client application.
To participate in the project with your Chrome web browser, read information about the browser application, then open this URL in your Chrome browser: The software client automatically downloads and then runs until you close the browser.
The project is sponsored by the non-profit Scripps Research Institute. The project website site is also available in Chinese. The project completed Phase I on May 21, in this phase, almost 60, computers completed 1, years of computing to process over 9 million tasks.
An early lead developed during Phase I, TL-3, has been shown to be promising against the drug resistant strains that have arisen from the currently approved HIV Protease inhibitors.
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