|Current Opinion in Structural Biology (2006) 16(3):393-8|
|Northeast Structural Genomics Consortium|
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The identification of geometric relationships between protein structures offers a powerful approach to predicting the structure and function of proteins. ...
Methods to detect such relationships range from human pattern recognition to a variety of mathematical algorithms. A number of schemes for the classification of protein structure have found widespread use and these implicitly assume the organization of protein structure space into discrete categories. Recently, an alternative view has emerged in which protein fold space is seen as continuous and multidimensional. Significant relationships have been observed between proteins that belong to what have been termed different 'folds'. There has been progress in the use of these relationships in the prediction of protein structure and function.
|metabolism chemistry methods |
|Models, Molecular Proteins Computational Biology Protein Folding Structure-Activity Relationship Structural Homology, Protein |
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|Curr Opin Struct Biol. 2006 Jun;16(3):393-8. Epub 2006 May 4.|