A protein–DNA docking benchmark

@article{Dijk2008APD,
  title={A protein–DNA docking benchmark},
  author={M. van Dijk and A. Bonvin},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={36},
  pages={e88 - e88}
}
We present a protein–DNA docking benchmark containing 47 unbound–unbound test cases of which 13 are classified as easy, 22 as intermediate and 12 as difficult cases. The latter shows considerable structural rearrangement upon complex formation. DNA-specific modifications such as flipped out bases and base modifications are included. The benchmark covers all major groups of DNA-binding proteins according to the classification of Luscombe et al., except for the zipper-type group. The variety in… Expand
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