Identifying Protein-Protein Interaction Sites Using Covering Algorithm
AbstractIdentification of protein-protein interface residues is crucial for structural biology. This paper proposes a covering algorithm for predicting protein-protein interface residues with features including protein sequence profile and residue accessible area. This method adequately utilizes the characters of a covering algorithm which have simple, lower complexity and high accuracy for high dimension data. The covering algorithm can achieve a comparable performance (69.62%, Complete dataset; 60.86%, Trim dataset with overall accuracy) to a support vector machine and maximum entropy on our dataset, a correlation coefficient (CC) of 0.2893, 58.83% specificity, 56.12% sensitivity on the Complete dataset and 0.2144 (CC), 53.34% (specificity), 65.59% (sensitivity) on the Trim dataset in identifying interface residues by 5-fold cross-validation on 61 protein chains. This result indicates that the covering algorithm is a powerful and robust protein-protein interaction site prediction method that can guide biologists to make specific experiments on proteins. Examination of the predictions in the context of the 3-dimensional structures of proteins demonstrates the effectiveness of this method. View Full-Text
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Du, X.; Cheng, J.; Song, J. Identifying Protein-Protein Interaction Sites Using Covering Algorithm. Int. J. Mol. Sci. 2009, 10, 2190-2202.
Du X, Cheng J, Song J. Identifying Protein-Protein Interaction Sites Using Covering Algorithm. International Journal of Molecular Sciences. 2009; 10(5):2190-2202.Chicago/Turabian Style
Du, Xiuquan; Cheng, Jiaxing; Song, Jie. 2009. "Identifying Protein-Protein Interaction Sites Using Covering Algorithm." Int. J. Mol. Sci. 10, no. 5: 2190-2202.