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LOMETS combines the result of the following state-of-the-art threading programs:

Advanced Options.
Exclude templates: LOMETS derive models from known PDB structures (templates). If "remove templates sharing >30% sequence identity with target" was choosen, templates will not be generated from template structures that are highly homologous to target sequence. In general, excluding homologous templates will make structure prediction harder. So this option is only for benchmarking purposes.


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