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GCB
2004
Springer
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Graph Alignments: A New Concept to Detect Conserved Regions in Protein Active Sites
: We introduce the novel concept of graph alignment, a generalization of graph isomorphism that is motivated by the commonly used multiple sequence alignments. Graph alignments and...
Nils Weskamp, Eyke Hüllermeier, Daniel Kuhn, ...
BMCBI
2008
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8 years 11 months ago
A new protein linear motif benchmark for multiple sequence alignment software
Background: Linear motifs (LMs) are abundant short regulatory sites used for modulating the functions of many eukaryotic proteins. They play important roles in post-translational ...
Emmanuel Perrodou, Claudia Chica, Olivier Poch, To...
BMCBI
2007
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8 years 11 months ago
Local comparison of protein structures highlights cases of convergent evolution in analogous functional sites
Background: We performed an exhaustive search for local structural similarities in an ensemble of non-redundant protein functional sites. With the purpose of finding new examples ...
Gabriele Ausiello, Daniele Peluso, Allegra Via, Ma...
BMCBI
2010
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8 years 11 months ago
A global optimization algorithm for protein surface alignment
Background: A relevant problem in drug design is the comparison and recognition of protein binding sites. Binding sites recognition is generally based on geometry often combined w...
Paola Bertolazzi, Concettina Guerra, Giampaolo Liu...
BMCBI
2005
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GANN: Genetic algorithm neural networks for the detection of conserved combinations of features in DNA
Background: The multitude of motif detection algorithms developed to date have largely focused on the detection of patterns in primary sequence. Since sequence-dependent DNA struc...
Robert G. Beiko, Robert L. Charlebois
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