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Prediction of Interaction Between Enzymes and Small Molecules in Metabolic Pathways Through Integrating Multiple Classifiers

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Abstract:

Information about interactions between enzymes and small molecules is important for understanding various metabolic bioprocesses. In this article we applied a majority voting system to predict the interactions between enzymes and small molecules in the metabolic pathways, by combining several classifiers including AdaBoost, Bagging and KNN together. The advantage of such a strategy is based on the principle that a predictor based majority voting systems usually provide more reliable results than any single classifier. The prediction accuracies thus obtained on a training dataset and an independent testing dataset were 82.8% and 84.8%, respectively. The prediction accuracy for the networking couples in the independent testing dataset was 75.5%, which is about 4% higher than that reported in a previous study [1]. The webserver for the prediction method presented in this paper is available at http://chemdata.shu.edu.cn/small-enz.





Keywords: 10-Fold Cross-Validation; A-B-K voting system; Amino acid; Bagging; Enzyme; K-nearest neighbor algorithm; KNN; Matthew's correlation coefficient; Metabolism; SVM algorithm; benchmark dataset; gluconeogenesis; glycolysis; interaction; jackknife test; majority voting; metabolic pathways; oxidative phosphorylation; pseudo amino acid composition; small molecule

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2010-12-01

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