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CASP is the biannual, worldwide competition and evaluation of protein structure prediction methods. CASP stands for Critical Assessment of protein Structure Prediction[1] CASP was founded by John Moult, Jan T. Pedersen, Richard Judson, and Krzysztof Fidelis. The first competition was in 1994[2]. Under Theoretical models there is more about CASP.

In 2020, CASP 14 documented a breakthrough in prediction of single chain protein structures by AlphaFold2.

Brief summaries of CASP results will be found in Theoretical models and AlphaFold.

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References and Notes

  1. Protein Structure Prediction Center.
  2. Moult J, Pedersen JT, Judson R, Fidelis K. A large-scale experiment to assess protein structure prediction methods. Proteins. 1995 Nov;23(3):ii-v. doi: 10.1002/prot.340230303. PMID:8710822 doi:

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