Ruby language used for virus structure analysis on supercomputer

Image description (Japanese)
During the structural transition of the S protein using a supercomputer, the inactive closed structure (left) set as the initial structure and the open structure during transformation (center), the activity confirmed in the experiment using the electron microscope Mold open structure (right)
Image courtesy of RIKEN

Interesting and striking images and writing. I can't read Japanese but it
looks cool :grin:

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On Tue, Jun 2, 2020, 9:09 PM Ishida Takashi <jade2@dream.jp> wrote:

Image description (Japanese)
During the structural transition of the S protein using a supercomputer,
the inactive closed structure (left) set as the initial structure and the
open structure during transformation (center), the activity confirmed in
the experiment using the electron microscope Mold open structure (right)
Image courtesy of RIKEN
http://neo.vc/uploader/src/neo44342.png

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