The theory of a one-dimensional lattice gas with long-range many-body interactions is applied to the folding pathways of proteins. This model presents the quantitative informations about the order of inter-residue interactions, the location of nucleation and so on. Three typical proteins are cited as examples and their folding pathways are traced according to the computation of some useful properties.
ASJC Scopus subject areas
- Physics and Astronomy(all)