The Recognition of 27-Class Protein Folds: Approached by Increment of Diversity Based on Multi-Characteristic Parameters
Based on the primary sequence, by selecting the pseudo amino acid composition, position weight matrix score, the predicted secondary structure and the second neighbor dipeptide composition as characteristic parameters, an approach of diversity increment for predicting 27-class protein folds is proposed. Overall recognition accuracy reaches 61.10% in the independent testing.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: September 1, 2009
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