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Antibody-protein interactions: benchmark datasets and prediction tools evaluation.
(2007) BMC Struct Biol 7
PubMed: 17910770 | PubMedCentral: PMC2174481 | DOI: 10.1186/1472-6807-7-64
The authors of a few structures clearly stated in their papers that antibody-protein contacts in the complexes were different: [PDB: 1MLC, 1NFD, 1OB1, 1P2C, 1QFW].
Publication Year: 2007
Prediction of antigenic epitopes on protein surfaces by consensus scoring.
(2009) BMC Bioinformatics 10
PubMed: 19772615 | PubMedCentral: PMC2761409 | DOI: 10.1186/1471-2105-10-302
Methods Protein datasets Protein Dataset 1 48 antigen-antibody complexes with resolution <3.0 Å were selected from the 59 representative antigen-antibody complexes compiled by Ponomare... ko and Bourne[ 25 ]: 2ADF , 1FE8 , 1BGX , 1E6J , 1EGJ , 1FSK , 1H0D , 1IQD , 1JRH , 1LK3 , 1MHP , 1NL0 , 1NSN , 1OAZ , 1ORS , 1PKQ , 1RJL , 1SY6 , 1TZI , 1WEJ , 1YJD , 1YY9 , 1ZTX , 2JEL , 1A14 , 1NCA , 1BVK , 1JHL , 1NDG , 1P2C , 1JPS , 1AR1 , 1EO8 , 1QFU , 1EZV , 1OSP , 1FJ1 , 1FNS , 1G9M , 1R3J , 1N8Z , 1NFD , 1TQB , 2VDL , 1V7M , 1XIW , 2AEP , and 1R0A .
Publication Year: 2009
Improving B-cell epitope prediction and its application to global antibody-antigen docking.
(2014) Bioinformatics 30
PubMed: 24753488 | PubMedCentral: PMC4207425 | DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/btu190
There are five standard (non-camelid) antibody–lysozyme complexes available in the PDB [we chose representatives: 1a2y, 1j1x, 1jhl, 1p2c and 2iff by clustering by sequence identity (99%) and r... moving any with missing binding site residues or high B-factors.
Publication Year: 2014
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