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BMCBI
2007
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A robust and efficient algorithm for the shape description of protein structures and its application in predicting ligand bindin
Background: An accurate description of protein shape derived from protein structure is necessary to establish an understanding of protein-ligand interactions, which in turn will l...
Lei Xie, Philip E. Bourne
BMCBI
2010
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Analysis of substructural variation in families of enzymatic proteins with applications to protein function prediction
Background: Structural variations caused by a wide range of physico-chemical and biological sources directly influence the function of a protein. For enzymatic proteins, the struc...
Drew H. Bryant, Mark Moll, Brian Y. Chen, Viachesl...
BMCBI
2010
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Analysis of interactions between ribosomal proteins and RNA structural motifs
Background: One important goal of structural bioinformatics is to recognize and predict the interactions between protein binding sites and RNA. Recently, a comprehensive analysis ...
Giovanni Ciriello, Claudio Gallina, Concettina Gue...
RECOMB
2004
Springer
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Predicting Genetic Regulatory Response Using Classification: Yeast Stress Response
We present a novel classification-based algorithm called GeneClass for learning to predict gene regulatory response. Our approach is motivated by the hypothesis that in simple orga...
Manuel Middendorf, Anshul Kundaje, Chris Wiggins, ...
BMCBI
2007
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SEARCHPATTOOL: a new method for mining the most specific frequent patterns for binding sites with application to prokaryotic DNA
Background: Computational methods to predict transcription factor binding sites (TFBS) based on exhaustive algorithms are guaranteed to find the best patterns but are often limite...
Fathi Elloumi, Martha Nason
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