FFPred 2.0: Improved Homology-Independent Prediction of Gene Ontology Terms for Eukaryotic Protein Sequences

@inproceedings{Minneci2013FFPred2I,
  title={FFPred 2.0: Improved Homology-Independent Prediction of Gene Ontology Terms for Eukaryotic Protein Sequences},
  author={Federico Minneci and Damiano Piovesan and Domenico Cozzetto and David T. Jones},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2013}
}
To understand fully cell behaviour, biologists are making progress towards cataloguing the functional elements in the human genome and characterising their roles across a variety of tissues and conditions. Yet, functional information - either experimentally validated or computationally inferred by similarity - remains completely missing for approximately 30% of human proteins. FFPred was initially developed to bridge this gap by targeting sequences with distant or no homologues of known… CONTINUE READING

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