Protein fold recognition using sequence-derived predictions.

@article{Fischer1996ProteinFR,
  title={Protein fold recognition using sequence-derived predictions.},
  author={Denis Fischer and David Eisenberg},
  journal={Protein science : a publication of the Protein Society},
  year={1996},
  volume={5 5},
  pages={
          947-55
        }
}
In protein fold recognition, one assigns a probe amino acid sequence of unknown structure to one of a library of target 3D structures. Correct assignment depends on effective scoring of the probe sequence for its compatibility with each of the target structures. Here we show that, in addition to the amino acid sequence of the probe, sequence-derived properties of the probe sequence (such as the predicted secondary structure) are useful in fold assignment. The additional measure of compatibility… CONTINUE READING

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