Martin Jambon is my name and I have been a San Francisco Bay Area resident since 2010.
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The SuMo project was an attempt to identify local similarities in unrelated 3D structures of proteins, in the hope that they would share a similar biological function.
This involved complex heuristics for somewhat limited results. It permanently convinced me that a system capable of forming its own intuition about the behavior of proteins would be the key to solving this problem, and many others.
- Jambon, M. A bioinformatic system for searching functional similarities in 3D structures of proteins. Doctoral thesis. Université Claude Bernard - Lyon 1. June 20, 2003 [French original].
- Jambon, M. and Imberty, A. and Deleage, G. and Geourjon, C. A new bioinformatic approach to detect common 3D sites in protein structures. Proteins 2003 Aug 1; 52(2):137-45.
- Jambon M, Andrieu O, Combet C, Deleage G, Delfaud F, Geourjon C. The SuMo server: 3D search for protein functional sites. Bioinformatics. 2005 Sep 1; 21(20):39293930.