Clustering of protein domains for functional and evolutionary studies

Abstract

The number of protein family members defined by DNA sequencing is usually much larger than those characterised experimentally. This paper describes a method to divide protein families into subtypes purely on sequence criteria. Comparison with experimental data allows an independent test of the quality of the clustering. An evolutionary split statistic is… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-10-335

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@article{Goldstein2009ClusteringOP, title={Clustering of protein domains for functional and evolutionary studies}, author={Pavle Goldstein and Jurica Zucko and Dusica Vujaklija and Anita Krisko and Daslav Hranueli and Paul F. Long and Catherine Etchebest and Bojan Basrak and John Cullum}, journal={BMC Bioinformatics}, year={2009}, volume={10}, pages={335 - 335} }