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Date:1/31/2013

auke Grter. Since then, nature has developed a complex machinery to prevent and repair misfolded proteins. One example are the so-called chaperones. "It seems as if nature would accept a certain level of disorder in order to develop structures which could not have evolved otherwise."

The number of known genomes and protein structures is continually increasing, thus expanding the data bases for further computer analyses of protein evolution. Frauke Grter says "With future analyses of protein evolution, it might be possible for us to answer the related question whether proteins became more stable or more flexible over their billion-year-long history of evolution."


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