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BIOINFORMATICS
2007
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A new protein-protein docking scoring function based on interface residue properties
Motivation: Protein–protein complexes are known to play key roles in many cellular processes. However, they are often not accessible to experimental study because of their low s...
Julie Bernauer, Jérôme Azé, Jo...
BMCBI
2010
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Protein docking by Rotation-Based Uniform Sampling (RotBUS) with fast computing of intermolecular contact distance and residue d
Background: Protein-protein interactions are fundamental for the majority of cellular processes and their study is of enormous biotechnological and therapeutic interest. In recent...
Albert Solernou, Juan Fernández-Recio
BMCBI
2008
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Prediction of protein-protein binding site by using core interface residue and support vector machine
Background: The prediction of protein-protein binding site can provide structural annotation to the protein interaction data from proteomics studies. This is very important for th...
Nan Li, Zhonghua Sun, Fan Jiang
BMCBI
2008
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The contrasting properties of conservation and correlated phylogeny in protein functional residue prediction
Background: Amino acids responsible for structure, core function or specificity may be inferred from multiple protein sequence alignments where a limited set of residue types are ...
Jonathan R. Manning, Emily R. Jefferson, Geoffrey ...
BMCBI
2008
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Detection of protein catalytic residues at high precision using local network properties
Background: Identifying the active site of an enzyme is a crucial step in functional studies. While protein sequences and structures can be experimentally characterized, determini...
Patrick Slama, Ioannis Filippis, Michael Lappe
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