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Deep Learning, 3D Technology To Improve Drug Design

News   Jan 13, 2020 | Original story from Purdue University

 
Deep Learning, 3D Technology To Improve Drug Design

DOVE, created by Purdue researchers, captures structural and energetic features of the interface of a protein docking model with a 3D box and judges if the model is more likely to be correct or incorrect using 3D convolutional neural network. Credit: Daisuke Kihara/Purdue University

 
 
 

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