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Michael Bailey, Klaus Schulten, and John E. Johnson. The use of solid physical models for the study of macromolecular assembly. Current Opinion in Structural Biology, 8:202-208, 1998.

BAIL98 Modern technology for the construction of accurate solid macromolecular models based on atom coordinates or electron density functions has lead us to revisit physical models for their usefulness as tools for understanding molecular assembly and for designing detailed experimental and computational studies of the assembly process. We describe the process for producing the models and their use for the study of assembly of viruses and light harvesting complexes.

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