Protein–protein docking benchmark 2.0: An update

@article{Mintseris2005ProteinproteinDB,
  title={Protein–protein docking benchmark 2.0: An update},
  author={J. Mintseris and K. Wiehe and B. Pierce and Robert Anderson and Rong Chen and J. Janin and Z. Weng},
  journal={Proteins: Structure},
  year={2005},
  volume={60}
}
We present a new version of the Protein–Protein Docking Benchmark, reconstructed from the bottom up to include more complexes, particularly focusing on more unbound–unbound test cases. SCOP (Structural Classification of Proteins) was used to assess redundancy between the complexes in this version. The new benchmark consists of 72 unbound–unbound cases, with 52 rigid‐body cases, 13 medium‐difficulty cases, and 7 high‐difficulty cases with substantial conformational change. In addition, we… Expand

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