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CLIPS-1D: Analysis of multiple sequence alignments to deduce for residue-positions a role in catalysis, ligand-binding, or protein structure

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Janda, Jan-Oliver ; Busch, Markus ; Kuck, Fabian ; Porfenenko, Mikhail ; Merkl, Rainer
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Abstract

Background One aim of the in silico characterization of proteins is to identify all residue-positions, which are crucial for function or structure. Several sequence-based algorithms exist, which predict functionally important sites. However, with respect to sequence information, many functionally and structurally important sites are hard to distinguish and consequently a large number of ...

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