Integrative modeling meets deep learning: Recent advances in modeling protein assemblies

Ben Shor, Dina Schneidman-Duhovny*

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Recent progress in protein structure prediction based on deep learning revolutionized the field of Structural Biology. Beyond single proteins, it also enabled high-throughput prediction of structures of protein–protein interactions. Despite the success in predicting complex structures, large macromolecular assemblies still require specialized approaches. Here we describe recent advances in modeling macromolecular assemblies using integrative and hierarchical approaches. We highlight applications that predict protein–protein interactions and challenges in modeling complexes based on the interaction networks, including the prediction of complex stoichiometry and heterogeneity.

Original languageAmerican English
Article number102841
JournalCurrent Opinion in Structural Biology
StatePublished - Aug 2024

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