How good is prediction of protein structural class by the component-coupled method?

@article{Wang2000HowGI,
  title={How good is prediction of protein structural class by the component-coupled method?},
  author={Zhi-xin Wang and Zheng Yuan},
  journal={Proteins},
  year={2000},
  volume={38 2},
  pages={
          165-75
        }
}
Proteins of known structures are usually classified into four structural classes: all-alpha, all-beta, alpha+beta, and alpha/beta type of proteins. A number of methods to predicting the structural class of a protein based on its amino acid composition have been developed during the past few years. Recently, a component-coupled method was developed for predicting protein structural class according to amino acid composition. This method is based on the least Mahalanobis distance principle, and… CONTINUE READING
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