Exploiting residue-level and profile-level interface propensities for usage in binding sites prediction of proteins

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Recognition of binding sites in proteins is a direct computational approach to the characterization of proteins in terms of biological and biochemical function. Residue preferences have been widely used in many studies but the results are often not satisfactory. Although different amino acid compositions among the interaction sites of different complexes… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-8-147

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@article{Dong2007ExploitingRA, title={Exploiting residue-level and profile-level interface propensities for usage in binding sites prediction of proteins}, author={Qiwen Dong and Xiaolong Wang and Lei Lin and Yi Guan}, journal={BMC Bioinformatics}, year={2007}, volume={8}, pages={147 - 147} }