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I'm working on protein p3040_supervillin-03 GROMACS core.
it is 1944/5000 and I've been on 1 day now
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Originally Posted by ReCoiL View Post
I just started folding. I think it's a great thing we are doing.

I got my first 8WU's in the last couple days.

Later.
congrats.

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I'm working on protein p3040_supervillin-03 GROMACS core.
it is 1944/5000 and I've been on 1 day now
I'm on the same one but p3042 and i have another 950 to go out of 5000
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