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Proteins are a particular group of linear chain polymers, built up from a collection of 20 different monomers known as amino acids. Proteins, unlike many synthetic polymers, have a very specific sequence (and hence length), which results in a specific three-dimensional structure. Presently much computational effort is dedicated to the prediction of such structure from a given sequence.

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