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Published June 19, 1998 | public
Journal Article

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We recently reported our progress toward the fully automated selection of amino acid sequences for target protein folds (1). In this communication, we described both the computational and experimental results associated with a sequence calculation that encompassed 20 of 28 residue positions in a target zinc finger fold. The success of this partial design led rapidly to a fully automated design of a new amino acid sequence for an entire protein fold (2). In our haste to report the full sequence design result, we used text and phraseology from the Journal of Molecular Biology article in the Science article. In addition, because of the closeness in time of the two publications, we did not change a reference of "unpublished results" in the Science article to a citation of the Journal of Molecular Biology communication, which clearly preceded the work reported in Science. We regret any confusion these events may have caused the editors and readers of Science and the Journal of Molecular Biology.

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© 1998 American Association for the Advancement of Science.

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