G. Arango-Argoty

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Predicting the localization of a protein has become a useful practice for inferring its function. Most of the reported methods to predict subcellular localizations in Gram-negative bacterial proteins make use of standard protein representations that generally do not take into account the distribution of the amino acids and the structural information of the(More)
Predicting the localization of a protein has become a useful practice for inferring its function. Most of the reported methods to predict subcellular localizations in Gram-negative bacterial proteins have shown a low false positive rate. However, some subcellular compartmens like "periplasm" and "extracellular medium" are difficult to predict and remain(More)
Predict the function of unknown proteins is one of the principal goals in computational biology. The subcellular localization of a protein allows further understanding its structure and molecular function. Numerous prediction techniques have been developed, usually focusing on global information of the protein. But, predictions can be done through the(More)
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