Our results in the competition CASP

In 2018, Deep Mind won the CASP competition, using not the amino acid sequence, but the nucleotide sequence to find homologues: https://deepmind.com/blog/alphafold/

We have moved on. In 1992, we managed to discover 3D genetic code, which allows us to determine the structure of a protein without homology with 100% reliability. As well as the usual genetic code allows you to determine the primary structure of the protein.

Our results in the competition CASP

Our results in the competition CASPThe organizers of the CASP did not pay attention to our result, since X-ray diffraction analysis is considered the benchmark, but it cannot distinguish pi-helix from alpha-helix and programmed collagen helix of  triple helix. Therefore, our results were too accurate for the CASP to be correct. They did not want to send us a nucleotide sequence, since it was believed that enough amino acid sequence. Deep Mind turned out to be the bridge that allows you to go from homology on amino acid sequence to homology on nucleotide sequence. Indeed, the basis of homology is X-ray diffraction analysis, so Deep Mind did not notice its errors, and the conflict with X-ray diffraction analysis did not work out. But now you need to go further. From homology to the direct use of a 3D genetic code.

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