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Are the CASP11 Disorder Targets Available?
... Looking at the CASP data archive [here][1] it looks like CASP9 and CASP10 have DR_targets under the targets directory, but CASP11 doesn't have a DR_targets file. Are CASP11 disorder targets available? [1]: http://predictioncenter.org/download_area/ ...
data disorder casp written 6 months ago by ar19yf6010 • updated 3 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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What are some site classification problems in biology?
... What are some site classification problems in bioinformatics? For example, transcription site classification would be one. ...
biology classification machine learning ai written 6 months ago by ar19yf6010 • updated 4 months ago by Biostar ♦♦ 20
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Automating Web Server Queries when no Local Executable Available
... If you find yourself in a situation where you need to make a large number of queries to some web server, and no local executable has been made available, is there a common way to circumvent this? Answering my own question: a few python libraries exist for this sort of thing, two examples are scrap ...
queries server disorder prediction blast written 6 months ago by ar19yf6010
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Negative Phosphosites Dataset Generation/Gathering
... I'm working on a project where I am trying to classify stretches of amino acids as phosphosites/non phosphosites. I'm getting the phosphosites from PhosphoBase, but as for getting a negative training set I'm not sure what to do. When I randomly sample S/T/Y sites from the phosphobase proteins I ge ...
dataset sequence protein written 6 months ago by ar19yf6010 • updated 6 months ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.1k
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Comment: C: protein classification based on functional regions
... Hi Jean-Karim, It looks like PFAM and Interpro both classify proteins into families making use of functional regions, without distinguishing between proteins within the same family. CATH displays families as well as the found domains. I'm looking for a greater level of specificity achieved by usin ...
written 8 months ago by ar19yf6010
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protein classification based on functional regions
... Is anything out there in terms of classifying proteins based on functional regions? For example, suppose you have 2 very similar sequences A and B, perhaps in the same protein family, and an unknown sequence C. To determine which of A and B the unknown protein C is, you could look beyond the overa ...
alignment classification functional sequencing written 8 months ago by ar19yf6010 • updated 8 months ago by Jean-Karim Heriche10k

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