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АЛГОРИТМ ПРЕДСКАЗАНИЯ ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЯ БЕЛКОВ НА ОСНОВЕ СТРУКТУРНОЙ ГОМОЛОГИИ

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Аннотация

Предлагается оригинальный алгоритм предсказания взаимодействия белков, основанный на
структурной схожести с экспериментально определенным интерфейсом белкового комплекса, отобранным из базы интерфейсов белковых комплексов. Пара свободных белков выравнивается на интерфейс из библиотеки белок-белковых интерфейсов. Выравнивание выполняется с помощью метода динамического программирования путем максимизации корреляции между матрицами расстояний отрезков интерфейса и белка.

Об авторах

Т. В. Кирис
Объединенный институт проблем информатики НАН Беларуси
Беларусь


А. В. Тузиков
Объединенный институт проблем информатики НАН Беларуси
Беларусь


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Кирис Т.В., Тузиков А.В. АЛГОРИТМ ПРЕДСКАЗАНИЯ ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЯ БЕЛКОВ НА ОСНОВЕ СТРУКТУРНОЙ ГОМОЛОГИИ. Информатика. 2012;(4(36)):36-44.

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