Indel PDB: A database of structural insertions and deletions derived from sequence alignments of closely related proteins

@article{Hsing2007IndelPA,
  title={Indel PDB: A database of structural insertions and deletions derived from sequence alignments of closely related proteins},
  author={Michael Hsing and Artem Cherkasov},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={9},
  pages={293 - 293}
}
Insertions and deletions (indels) represent a common type of sequence variations, which are less studied and pose many important biological questions. Recent research has shown that the presence of sizable indels in protein sequences may be indicative of protein essentiality and their role in protein interaction networks. Examples of utilization of indels for structure-based drug design have also been recently demonstrated. Nonetheless many structural and functional characteristics of indels… CONTINUE READING
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