The COREX algorithm (1) was conceived and co-developed with Ernesto Freire (at Johns Hopkins University). COREX was originally developed to capture the hydrogen exchange behavior that is observed for proteins under native conditions. The hallmark feature of the COREX approach is that rather than treating proteins as single conformations, which structurally evolve over a time course, COREX generates an instantaneous ensemble. Since the initial publication of COREX in 1996, we have significantly enhanced the capabilities (2-5), as well as making numerous algorithmic improvements. The current version of this algorithm, which utilizes these improvements, is referred to as COREX/BEST or simply BEST (Biology using Ensemble-based Structural Thermodynamics).
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