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Statistical coupling analysis

Known as: SCA, Statistical coupling energy 
Statistical coupling analysis or SCA is a technique used in bioinformatics to measure covariation between pairs of amino acids in a protein multiple… 
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2019
2019
This paper presents a Modified Sine Cosine Algorithm (M-SCA) to improve the controller parameter of an array of turbines such… 
2015
2015
Results By combining the information of the covariance matrix derived from Statistical Coupling Analysis (SCA) [2] and the cross… 
2013
2013
En la presente Tesis hemos abordado estudios relacionados con objetivos clave en la ingenieria de proteinas, como son el diseno… 
2012
2012
This document provides a summary of the current implementation of the statistical coupling analysis (SCA) method. The conceptual… 
2011
2011
Given the long range correlation characteristics of information about protein foldability and thermostability the multiple… 
2011
2011
  • X. Hai
  • 2011
  • Corpus ID: 102137578
Given the long range correlation characteristics of information about protein foldability and thermostability the multiple… 
2011
2011
A fundamental goal in cellular signaling is to understand allosteric communication, the process by which sig-nals originating at… 
2008
2008
An algorithm for identifying allosteric mechanisms allows researchers to assemble a functional multidomain protein and may offer… 
2006
2006
The coupling relationship between every two amino acids in a protein is very important to the function and structure of the…