New A4 projects 7800-7803

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Christian Schwan has just released some new projects, numbered 7800-7803.

Projects 7800 and 7801 attempt to study any differences between protein folding as it occurs naturally in cells, and protein folding in test tubes. They simulate a peptide in the ribosome exit tunnel to explore how the confinement and other interactions within the tunnel affect the folding process. The two projects study different peptides.

Projects 7802 and 7803 study the same peptides but without the ribosome.

All four projects use the A4 core. They are available for Linux and Windows SMP clients v6.34+ and Linux and Windows uniprocessor v6+.

Project stats:
p7800
  • points = 1622.91
  • timeout = 24.12 days
  • deadline = 52.25 days
  • k-factor = 0.58


p7801
  • points = 1718.76
  • timeout = 25.54 days
  • deadline = 55.54 days
  • k-factor = 0.58


p7802
  • points = 1183.12
  • timeout = 17.58 days
  • deadline = 38.09 days
  • k-factor = 0.58


p7803
  • points = 1219.2
  • timeout = 18.12 days
  • deadline = 39.26 days
  • k-factor = 0.58


All of these projects are served from the server at 171.64.65.98.

Source: Official Forum