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Obtaining soluble proteins in sufficient concentrations is a major obstacle in various experimental studies. How to predict the propensity of targets in large-scale proteomics projects to be soluble is a significant but not fairly resolved scientific problem. Chaos game representation (CGR) can investigate the patterns hiding in protein sequences, and can(More)
DNA-binding proteins play a vitally important role in many biological processes. Prediction of DNA-binding proteins from amino acid sequence is a significant but not fairly resolved scientific problem. Chaos game representation (CGR) investigates the patterns hidden in protein sequences, and visually reveals previously unknown structure. Fractal dimensions(More)
Knowledge of thermophilic mechanisms about some organisms whose optimum growth temperature (OGT) ranges from 50 to 80 degree plays a major role in helping design stable proteins. How to predict a DNA sequence to be thermophilic is a long but not fairly resolved problem. Chaos game representation (CGR) can investigate the patterns hiding in DNA sequences,(More)
Comprehensive knowledge of thermophilic mechanisms about some organisms whose optimum growth temperature (OGT) ranges from 50 to 80 °C degree plays a major role for helping to design stable proteins. How to predict function-unknown proteins to be thermophilic is a long but not fairly resolved problem. Chaos game representation (CGR) can investigate hidden(More)
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