Bridges & CMU Take AI Research to the Next Level

HOOKED UP

A common way for proteins to hold themselves together is with disulfide bridges. But scientists don’t completely understand why some proteins need them to “hook up” their structure. Researchers used the DESRES Anton system hosted at PSC to discover the critical role disulfides play in holding together MCoTI-II, a natural pesticide that would fall apart without disulfide bridges.

Read more: Hooked Up

GUT CHECK

While diabetes poses many life- and limb-threatening problems, it also causes serious changes and problems in the digestive tract. A study using PSC’s Bridges system sifted through the DNA of thousands of microbe species in the healthy and diabetic intestines to learn how to help reduce digestive symptoms—and maybe even slow the course of the disease.

Read more: GUT CHECK

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Data Exacell (DXC)

DXC

The Data Exacell (DXC) is a research pilot project to create, deploy, and test software and hardware building blocks to enable data analytics in scientific research.

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PSC is a service provider of the Extreme Science and Engineering Discovery Environment (XSEDE).