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Scientists are using AI to dream up revolutionary new proteins

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Nature 609, 661-662 (2022)


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  • Correction 21 September 2022: The original version of the story indicated that David Baker’s team determined the structure of 30 of their nanoparticle designs and found that 27 matched the AI prediction. In fact, not all of the researchers’ experimental methods were intended to determine structure.


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