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BMCBI
2008
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SCOWLP classification: Structural comparison and analysis of protein binding regions
Background: Detailed information about protein interactions is critical for our understanding of the principles governing protein recognition mechanisms. The structures of many pr...
Joan Teyra, Maciej Paszkowski-Rogacz, Gerd Anders,...
BMCBI
2010
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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
2007
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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...
NAR
1998
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Touring protein fold space with Dali/FSSP
The FSSP database and its new supplement, the Dali Domain Dictionary, present a continuously updated classification of all known 3D protein structures. The classification is deriv...
Liisa Holm, Chris Sander
BMCBI
2010
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Conserved residue clusters at protein-protein interfaces and their use in binding site identification
Background: Biological evolution conserves protein residues that are important for structure and function. Both protein stability and function often require a certain degree of st...
Mainak Guharoy, Pinak Chakrabarti
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