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BMCBI
2007
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Predicting and improving the protein sequence alignment quality by support vector regression
Background: For successful protein structure prediction by comparative modeling, in addition to identifying a good template protein with known structure, obtaining an accurate seq...
Minho Lee, Chan-seok Jeong, Dongsup Kim
BMCBI
2006
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Predicting residue-wise contact orders in proteins by support vector regression
Background: The residue-wise contact order (RWCO) describes the sequence separations between the residues of interest and its contacting residues in a protein sequence. It is a ne...
Jiangning Song, Kevin Burrage
BMCBI
2010
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High quality protein sequence alignment by combining structural profile prediction and profile alignment using SABERTOOTH
Background: Protein alignments are an essential tool for many bioinformatics analyses. While sequence alignments are accurate for proteins of high sequence similarity, they become...
Florian Teichert, Jonas Minning, Ugo Bastolla, Mar...
BMCBI
2008
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Improved general regression network for protein domain boundary prediction
Background: Protein domains present some of the most useful information that can be used to understand protein structure and functions. Recent research on protein domain boundary ...
Paul D. Yoo, Abdur R. Sikder, Bing Bing Zhou, Albe...
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