TITLE

Introducing Sequence-Order Constraint into Prediction of Protein Binding Sites with Automatically Extracted Templates

AUTHOR(S)
Yi-Zhong Weng; Chien-Kang Huang; Yu-Feng Huang; Chi-Yuan Yu; Darby Tien-Hao Chang
PUB. DATE
May 2009
SOURCE
Proceedings of World Academy of Science: Engineering & Technolog;May2009, Vol. 53, p284
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Search for a tertiary substructure that geometrically matches the 3D pattern of the binding site of a well-studied protein provides a solution to predict protein functions. In our previous work, a web server has been built to predict protein-ligand binding sites based on automatically extracted templates. However, a drawback of such templates is that the web server was prone to resulting in many false positive matches. In this study, we present a sequence-order constraint to reduce the false positive matches of using automatically extracted templates to predict protein-ligand binding sites. The binding site predictor comprises i) an automatically constructed template library and ii) a local structure alignment algorithm for querying the library. The sequence-order constraint is employed to identify the inconsistency between the local regions of the query protein and the templates. Experimental results reveal that the sequence-order constraint can largely reduce the false positive matches and is effective for template-based binding site prediction.
ACCESSION #
41562225

 

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