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DIPS-Plus: The Enhanced Database of Interacting Protein Structures for Interface Prediction

  title={DIPS-Plus: The Enhanced Database of Interacting Protein Structures for Interface Prediction},
  author={Alex Morehead and Chen Chen and Ada Sedova and Jianlin Cheng},
How and where proteins interface with one another can ultimately impact the proteins’ functions along with a range of other biological processes. As such, precise computational methods for protein interface prediction (PIP) come highly sought after as they could yield significant advances in drug discovery and design as well as protein function analysis. However, the traditional benchmark dataset for this task, Docking Benchmark 5 (DB5) [1], contains only a modest 230 complexes for training… Expand

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