Meiosis and recombination are the two opposite aspects that coexist in a DNA system. As a driving force for evolution by generating natural genetic variations, meiotic recombination plays a very important role in the formation of eggs and sperm. Interestingly, the recombination does not occur randomly across a genome, but with higher probability in some… (More)
Before becoming the native proteins during the biosynthesis, their polypeptide chains created by ribosome's translating mRNA will undergo a series of "product-forming" steps, such as cutting, folding, and posttranslational modification (PTM). Knowledge of PTMs in proteins is crucial for dynamic proteome analysis of various human diseases and epigenetic… (More)
Enzymes play pivotal roles in most of the biological reaction. The catalytic residues of an enzyme are defined as the amino acids which are directly involved in chemical catalysis; the knowledge of these residues is important for understanding enzyme function. Given an enzyme, which residues are the catalytic sites, and which residues are not? This is the… (More)
This data article contains three benchmark datasets for training and testing iDNA-Methyl, a web-server predictor for identifying DNA methylation sites [Liu et al. Anal. Biochem. 474 (2015) 69-79].
—Information on subcellular localization of proteins plays a vitally important role in molecular cell biology, proteomics and drug discovery. In this field, finding the most suitable representation for protein sample is one of the most crucial procedures. Inspired by the modes of pseudo amino acid composition (PAA), cellular automaton image (CAI) for… (More)
MOTIVATION Post-translational modification, abbreviated as PTM, refers to the change of the amino acid side chains of a protein after its biosynthesis. Owing to its significance for in-depth understanding various biological processes and developing effective drugs, prediction of PTM sites in proteins have currently become a hot topic in bioinformatics.… (More)
Protein hydroxylation is a posttranslational modification (PTM), in which a CH group in Pro (P) or Lys (K) residue has been converted into a COH group, or a hydroxyl group (-OH) is converted into an organic compound. Closely associated with cellular signaling activities, this type of PTM is also involved in some major diseases, such as stomach cancer and… (More)