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Minimum message length inference of secondary structure from protein coordinate data.
(2012) Bioinformatics 28
PubMed: 22689785 | PubMedCentral: PMC3371855 | DOI: 10.1093/bioinformatics/bts223
Resolution numbers marked with * are taken from the original papers Structure name LRes PDB ID HRes PDB ID %Agree Lysozyme 2LZH (6.0 Å) 2ZQ3 (1.6 Å) 95.3 Ferrochelatase 1LD3 (2.6 ... c5;) 1DOZ (1.8 Å) 97.4 Glutamate Dehydrogenase 1AUP (2.5 Å) 1BGV (1.9 Å) 90.6 Pseudomonas Cytochrome 151C (2.0 Å) 351C (1.6 Å) 93.9 Bence-Jones Protein 1BJL (2.9 Å) * 3BJL (2.3 Å) 90.2 Concanavalin A 4CNA (2.9 Å) * 5CNA (2.0 Å) 91.8 Endochitinase 1BAA (2.8 Å) 2BAA (1.8 Å) 95.5 Ferredoxin Reductase 1FNR (2.6 Å) 1FND (1.7 Å) 95.9 Endonuclease III 1ABK (2.0 Å) 2ABK (1.6 Å) 97.6 Myohemerythrin 1MHR (2.9 Å) * 2MHR (1.3 Å) 92.4 Phosphofructokinase 5PFK (7.0 Å) * 6PFK (2.6 Å) 95.3 Serine Protease Inhibitor 1QLP (2.9 Å) 2PSI (2.0 Å) 95.4 Dimeric Hemoglobin 1SDH (2.4 Å) * 3SDH (1.4 Å) 98.4 Glutathione Reductase 1GRS (3.0 Å) * 3GRS (1.5 Å) 94.4 Calmodulin Fragment TR2C 1TRC (3.6 Å) 1FW4 (1.7 Å) 93.9 Further, to illustrate the reliable segmentation produced by SST on structures with long, curved helices and strands, we chose two structures: Leucine zipper protein (wwPDB: 1NKP ) composed of very long helices and Sucrose-specific porin protein (wwPDB: 1A0S ) composed of long, curved strands forming β-barrels.
Publication Year: 2012
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