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Proteins: an example of supervised dynamics

Abstract : Proteins are remarkable functional materials produced by living organisms..A "simple’" sequence of building blocks, so-called aminoacids, encodes information for the construction, the function and the performances of the material upon perturbations. We will discuss through various case studies, using experimental and network modelling results, how a protein sequence codes for customized spatial packing of aminoacids in order to supervise protein multiscale dynamics.
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Lorenza Pacini, Laëtitia Bourgeat, Rodrigo Dorantes-Gilardi, Laurent Vuillon, Claire Lesieur. Proteins: an example of supervised dynamics. PhysChem, Feb 2019, Perth, Australia. ⟨hal-02404550⟩



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