Novel protein folds and their nonsequential structural analogs.

@article{Guerler2008NovelPF,
  title={Novel protein folds and their nonsequential structural analogs.},
  author={Aysam Guerler and Ernst-Walter Knapp},
  journal={Protein science : a publication of the Protein Society},
  year={2008},
  volume={17 8},
  pages={
          1374-82
        }
}
Newly determined protein structures are classified to belong to a new fold, if the structures are sufficiently dissimilar from all other so far known protein structures. To analyze structural similarities of proteins, structure alignment tools are used. We demonstrate that the usage of nonsequential structure alignment tools, which neglect the polypeptide chain connectivity, can yield structure alignments with significant similarities between proteins of known three-dimensional structure and… CONTINUE READING

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