The interpretation of gene sequences as elements of protein structure using computational analysis, prediction and modelling; (also) the determination of 3-dimensional structures of proteomes and the investigation of their biological implications.
Determination of the 3-dimensional structures of large numbers of proteins or other complex biological molecules, such as nucleic acids.
the branch of genomics that determines the three-dimensional structures of proteins
A field of study that seeks to determine a large inventory of protein structures based on gene sequences. The eventual goal is to be able to produce approximate structural models of any protein based on its gene sequence. From these structures and models, scientists hope to learn more about the biological function of proteins.
Studies of the structure and organization of the genome including DNA sequencing and physical and genetic mapping.
The effort to determine the 3D structures of large numbers of proteins using both experimental techniques and computer simulation
Characterizing and locating the entire set of genes in a genome.
Structural genomics consists in the determination of the three dimensional structure of all proteins of a given organism, by experimental methods such as X-ray crystallography, NMR spectroscopy or computational approaches such as homology modelling.