A protein–RNA docking benchmark (I): Nonredundant cases

@article{Barik2012APD,
  title={A protein–RNA docking benchmark (I): Nonredundant cases},
  author={Amita Barik and C N. and P Manasa and R. Bahadur},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2012},
  volume={80}
}
We have developed a nonredundant protein–RNA docking benchmark dataset, which is derived from the available bound and unbound structures in the Protein Data Bank involving polypeptide and nucleic acid chains. It consists of nine unbound–unbound cases where both the protein and the RNA are available in the free form. The other 36 cases are of unbound–bound type where only the protein is available in the free form. The conformational change upon complex formation is calculated by a distance… Expand
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