Negative results can be groundbreaking, Jim Barlow writes in a story for Around the O, with news from the University of Oregon. Jim (@jebarlow) explains how UO scientists tried—and failed—to use computer simulations to predict how a protein would be affected by string of mutations. Although they didn’t get the results they expected, Jim reports that the researchers learned valuable lessons about protein physiology and predicting evolution.
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