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PDB Mining: Why Do I Find Atoms Less than 1 Angstrom Apart?
I am attempting to find potential Hydrogen bonds between Hydrogen donors and aromatic ring acceptors. I do this by predicting the location of Hydrogens on residues and then calculating how far these ...
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