K Pawłowski

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Protein function assignments based on postulated homology as recognized by high sequence similarity are used routinely in genome analysis. Improvements in sensitivity of sequence comparison algorithms got to the point, that proteins with previously undetectable sequence similarity, such as for instance 10-15% of identical residues, sometimes can be(More)
A database of functional sites for proteins with known structures, SITE, is constructed and used in conjunction with a simple pattern matching program SiteMatch to evaluate possible function conservation in a recently constructed database of fold predictions for Escherichia coli proteins (Rychlewski L et al., 1999, Protein Sci 8:614-624). In this and other(More)
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