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Method of the Year 2021: Protein structure prediction

Protein structure prediction is our Method of the Year 2021, for the remarkable levels of accuracy achieved by deep learning-based methods in predicting the 3D structures of proteins and protein complexes, essentially solving this long-standing challenge.
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