Protein supersecondary structures
QH506 .M45 V.932
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- Kister, Alexander E.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Super-secondary structure: a historical perspective. Pt. I. Representation of supersecondary structure
- Hierarchical representation of supersecondary structures using a graph-theoretical approach / Ina Koch, Annika Kreuchwig, and Patrick May
- Up, down and around: identifying recurrent interactions within and between super-secondary structures in -propellers / Søren Thirup, Vikas Gupta, and Esben M. Quistgaard
- Structure description and identi fi cation using the tableau representation of protein folding patterns / Arun S. Konagurthu and Arthur M. Lesk
- Pt. II. Supersecondary structure prediction
- Computational prediction of secondary and supersecondary structures / Ke Chen and Lukasz Kurgan
- A survey of machine learning methods for secondary and supersecondary protein structure prediction / Hui Kian Ho, Lei Zhang, Kotagiri Ramamohanarao, and Shawn Martin
- Beyond supersecondary structure: the global properties of protein sequences / S. Rackovsky
- Creating supersecondary structures with buildbeta / Silvia Crivelli and Nelson Max
- A modular perspective of protein structures: application to fragment based loop modeling / Narcis Fernandez-Fuentes and Andras Fiser
- Residue-residue contacts: application to analysis of secondary structure interactions
- Pt. III. supersecondary structure and protein folding
- Super-secondary structures and modeling of protein folds / Alexander V. Efimov
- Computational simulations of protein folding to engineer amino acid sequences to encourage desired supersecondary structure formation / Bernard S. Gerstman and Prem P. Chapagain
- Protein folding at atomic resolution: analysis of autonomously folding supersecondary structure motifs by nuclear magnetic resonance / Lorenzo Sborgi, Abhinav Verma, Mourad Sadqi, Eva de Alba, and Victor Muñoz
- Artificial supersecondary structures based on aromatic oligoamides / Hai-Yu Hu and Chuan-Feng Chen
- Pt. IV. Other applications of supersecondary structure to protein biology
- Cross-β-sheet supersecondary structure in amyloid folds: techniques for detection and characterization / Raimon Sabaté and Salvador Ventura
- Analyzing oligomerization of individual transmembrane helices and of entire membrane proteins in e. coli: a hitchhiker´s guide to GALLEX / Florian Cymer, Charles R. Sanders, and Dirk Schneider
- Supersecondary structure prediction of transmembrane beta-barrel proteins / Van Du T Tran, Philippe Chassignet, and Jean-Marc Steyaert
- Functional structural motifs for protein–ligand, protein-protein and protein–nucleic acid interactions and their connection to supersecondary structures / Akira R. Kinjo and Haruki Nakamura.
- Publisher's Summary
- Super secondary structure(SSS) helps to understand the relationship between primary and tertiary structure of proteins. In Protein Supersecondary Structure: Methods and Protocols expert researchers in the field detail the usefulness of the study of super secondary structure in different areas of protein research. This is done through four main studies SSS representation, SSS prediction, SSS and protein folding, and other application of SSS concept to protein biology. Written in the highly successful Methods in Molecular Biology(TM) series format, chapters include introductions to their respective topics, lists of the necessary materials and reagents, step-by-step, readily reproducible laboratory protocols, and key tips on troubleshooting and avoiding known pitfalls. Authoritative and practical, Protein Supersecondary Structure: Methods and Protocols highlight some of the major advances in the many fast-growing areas of supersecondary structure research.
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- Publication date
- edited by Alexander E. Kister.
- Methods in molecular biology, 1064-3745 ; 932
- Springer protocols, 1949-2448