3DCONS-DB: A Database of Position-Specific Scoring Matrices in Protein Structures
AbstractMany studies have used position-specific scoring matrices (PSSM) profiles to characterize residues in protein structures and to predict a broad range of protein features. Moreover, PSSM profiles of Protein Data Bank (PDB) entries have been recalculated in many works for different purposes. Although the computational cost of calculating a single PSSM profile is affordable, many statistical studies or machine learning-based methods used thousands of profiles to achieve their goals, thereby leading to a substantial increase of the computational cost. In this work we present a new database compiling PSSM profiles for the proteins of the PDB. Currently, the database contains 333,532 protein chain profiles involving 123,135 different PDB entries. View Full-Text
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Sanchez-Garcia, R.; Sorzano, C.O.S.; Carazo, J.M.; Segura, J. 3DCONS-DB: A Database of Position-Specific Scoring Matrices in Protein Structures. Molecules 2017, 22, 2230.
Sanchez-Garcia R, Sorzano COS, Carazo JM, Segura J. 3DCONS-DB: A Database of Position-Specific Scoring Matrices in Protein Structures. Molecules. 2017; 22(12):2230.Chicago/Turabian Style
Sanchez-Garcia, Ruben; Sorzano, Carlos O.S.; Carazo, Jose M.; Segura, Joan. 2017. "3DCONS-DB: A Database of Position-Specific Scoring Matrices in Protein Structures." Molecules 22, no. 12: 2230.
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