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Comment: C: Any Term To Descripe Protein Having No Go Term Annotated
... Thanks for the answer. Yet it may not fit my usage. The definition of OBI_0000852 is: a information content entity created to indicate that information about something is not available to the person recording it. What I would like to say is the protein have no GO terms annotated to. It could be ...
written 5.9 years ago by rein070
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Any Term To Descripe Protein Having No Go Term Annotated
... Sometimes in report writing one may need to mention protein with no GO terms assigned. Yet writing "... with no GO term assigned" is kind of annoying and repetitive. Is there any jargon is equivalent to "no GO terms assigned"? ...
gene-ontology written 5.9 years ago by rein070 • updated 5.9 years ago by Jelena Aleksic900
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Functional Modules In Viruses
... Is there any study about grouping proteins in viruses as functional modules? As an organism, proteins inside viruses should also be working in groups and form certain functional modules. ...
reference protein written 6.3 years ago by rein070
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How To Obtain All The Binding Sites/Pockets Of A Specific Protein By Providing The Pdb Id?
... Hi all. I would like to find all the binding site and ligand of specific protein. I already know the PDB ID of the protein and I have played around it on the PDB. Yet I still can find and fields talking about the binding site or pocket of the protein. Is it not included in the PDB? ...
pdb binding protein written 6.4 years ago by rein070 • updated 6.3 years ago by Lukas Pravda80
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Is Search Of Protein–Ligand Docking A Labeled Graph Matching Problem?
... Given two graphs with labeled nodes, labeled graph matching problem is finding an optimal one-to-one mapping between the two graphs. The performance of the mapping is the summation of correctly aligned connection. i.e. Two ends of the connection have the same labels in both graphs. I am not sure ...
protein docking written 6.4 years ago by rein070
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Comment: C: Weighted Graph Matching In Bioinformatics
... I haven't try this. Thanks but I still want to know is there other case that can applied weighted graph matching. ...
written 6.4 years ago by rein070
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Weighted Graph Matching In Bioinformatics
... As we know that many problem in bioinformatics can be formulate into weighted graph matching problem. For example in this paper the author mentioned that alignment of the PPI network is actually a weighted graph matching problem, which the weight of edges are the experimental evidence of the pair ...
network written 6.4 years ago by rein070 • updated 6.4 years ago by Woa2.7k

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