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Prediction of protein subcellular localization.
Because the protein's function is usually related to its subcellular localization, the ability to predict subcellular localization directly from protein sequences will be useful for inferring protein… Expand
CELLO2GO: A Web Server for Protein subCELlular LOcalization Prediction with Functional Gene Ontology Annotation
CELLO2GO (http://cello.life.nctu.edu.tw/cello2go/) is a publicly available, web-based system for screening various properties of a targeted protein and its subcellular localization. Herein, we… Expand
Prediction of Metal Ion–Binding Sites in Proteins Using the Fragment Transformation Method
The structure of a protein determines its function and its interactions with other factors. Regions of proteins that interact with ligands, substrates, and/or other proteins, tend to be conserved… Expand
MIB: Metal Ion-Binding Site Prediction and Docking Server
- Y. Lin, Chih-Wen Cheng, Chung-Shiuan Shih, Jenn-Kang Hwang, Chin-Sheng Yu, C. Lu
- Medicine, Chemistry
- J. Chem. Inf. Model.
- 15 December 2016
The structure of a protein determines its biological function(s) and its interactions with other factors; the binding regions tend to be conserved in sequence and structure, and the interacting residues involved are usually in close 3D space. Expand
Deriving protein dynamical properties from weighted protein contact number.
It has recently been shown that in proteins the atomic mean-square displacement (or B-factor) can be related to the number of the neighboring atoms (or protein contact number), and that this… Expand
Identification of Antifreeze Proteins and Their Functional Residues by Support Vector Machine and Genetic Algorithms based on n-Peptide Compositions
For the first time, multiple sets of n-peptide compositions from antifreeze protein (AFP) sequences of various cold-adapted fish and insects were analyzed using support vector machine and genetic… Expand
Predicting disulfide connectivity patterns.
Disulfide bonds play an important role in stabilizing protein structure and regulating protein function. Therefore, the ability to infer disulfide connectivity from protein sequences will be valuable… Expand
The fragment transformation method to detect the protein structural motifs.
- C. Lu, Yeong-shin Lin, Y. Chen, Chin-Sheng Yu, Shi-Yu Chang, Jenn-Kang Hwang
- Medicine, Chemistry
- 15 May 2006
To identify functional structural motifs from protein structures of unknown function becomes increasingly important in recent years due to the progress of the structural genomics initiatives.… Expand
On the relationship between the protein structure and protein dynamics.
Recently, we have developed a method (Shih et al., Proteins: Structure, Function, and Bioinformatics 2007;68: 34-38) to compute correlation of fluctuations of proteins. This method, referred to as… Expand
A complementary electrochromic device based on W18O49 nanowire arrays and Prussian blue thin films
Tungsten oxides (W18O49) nanowire arrays as effective electrochromic working electrodes were fabricated on seed-free FTO glasses through a facile solvothermal process. XRD, FESEM and TEM were used to… Expand