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AI system can predict the structures of life’s molecules with stunning accuracy – helping to solve one of biology’s biggest problems

By Charlotte Dodson, Senior Lecturer in Drug Discovery, Department of Life Sciences, University of Bath
Richard Bayliss, Professor of Molecular Medicine, School of Molecular and Cellular Biology, University of Leeds
AlphaFold 3, unveiled to the world on May 9, is the latest version of an algorithm designed to predict the structures of proteins – vital molecules used by all life – from the “instruction code” in their building blocks.

Predicting protein structures and the way they interact with other molecules has been one of the biggest problems in biology. Yet, AI developer Google…The Conversation

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