In article <909118359.736651 at news1.ucsd.edu>, "Antonin Tutter"
<atutter at aim.salk.edu> wrote:
> I may not speak for everyone reading this thread, but I think it has drifted
> well off it's intended course. Let's put our egos aside, stop wasting
> bandwidth on these silly retorts, and get back to constructive intellectual
OK. The answer is that there is nothing on the web that can "measure" the
stability of the protein secondary structure. End of constructive exchange.
On a non-constructive note - how does one measure a stability of a
predicted structure? ^^^^^^^
Take a CD on a printout as a function of temperature?
There is a joke popular among (some) physicists about badly formulated
problems, the one about a guy and a goldfish that grunted him three wishes.
The first wish goes like "I want to be a famous scientist!". "OK, - saz the
fish, close your eyes and count to ten". On "ten" guy opens his eyes to
find himself in a badly lighted dangeon where a grey-clad figure asks him
"So what exactly were you saying about the Havens, Mr. Giordano Bruno?"...
Vladimir Svetlov, PhD
McArdle Lab for Cancer Res.
1400 University Ave.
Madison, WI 53706