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What are the baselines for protein fold recognition?

McGuffin, L. J. ORCID:, Bryson, K. and Jones, D. T. (2001) What are the baselines for protein fold recognition? Bioinformatics, 17 (1). pp. 63-72. ISSN 1460-2059

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What constitutes a baseline level of success for protein fold recognition methods? As fold recognition benchmarks are often presented without any thought to the results that might be expected from a purely random set of predictions, an analysis of fold recognition baselines is long overdue. Given varying amounts of basic information about a protein—ranging from the length of the sequence to a knowledge of its secondary structure—to what extent can the fold be determined by intelligent guesswork? Can simple methods that make use of secondary structure information assign folds more accurately than purely random methods and could these methods be used to construct viable hierarchical classifications?

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Divisions:Life Sciences > School of Biological Sciences > Biomedical Sciences
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Publisher:Oxford University Press

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