Mini-Workshop: Microbiome Immunity Project

7th Floor Classroom (Flatiron Institute)

7th Floor Classroom

Flatiron Institute


The goal of the project is to better understand the 3D structures of the gut microbiome proteins and their functions, in order to devise new microbiome-oriented therapies. We already made 3D structure predictions of 250,000 unique microbial protein families and developed a state-of-the-art function prediction method which uses both sequence and structure information Now, our focus is shifting towards the discovery of new protein folds and functional annotations of microbial metagenomes.

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