Links tagged with 'computer simulation'

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AUGUSTUSTool Content

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AUGUSTUS is a eukaryotic gene prediction tool. It can integrate evidence, e.g. from RNA-Seq, ESTs, proteomics, but can also predict genes ab initio. The PPX extension to AUGUSTUS can take a protein sequence multiple sequence alignment as input to find new members of the family in a genome. It can be run through a web interface, or downloaded and run locally.

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BetatPred2Tool Content

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The aim of BetaTPred2 server is to predict ß turns in proteins from multiple alignment by using neural network from the given amino acid sequence. For ß turn prediction, it uses the position specific score matrices generated by PSI-BLAST and secondary structure predicted by PSIPRED.

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BiologicalNetworksTool Content

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BiologicalNetworks allows retrieval, construction, and visualization of biological networks and allows for the analysis of high-throughput expression data by mapping onto network graphs. BiologicalNetworks queries the PathSys system, a combined database of biological pathways, gene regulatory networks, and protein interaction maps.

BTEVALTool Content

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The aim of BTEVAL server is to evaluate beta turn prediction algorithms on a uniform data set of 426 proteins or subsets of these proteins. It is the new data set in which no two protein chains have more that 25% sequence identity and each chain contains minimum one beta turn.

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Cell++Tool Content

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Cell++ is a novel stochastic simulation environment which is capable of modelling diverse biochemical phenomena including signal transduction pathways, metabolic pathways and intracellular calcium signalling.

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TitlePublication YearGoogle Scholar Citation Count
Cell++--simulating biochemical pathways200619

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The CHpredict server predict two types of interactions: C-H...O and C-H...π interactions. For C-H...O interaction, the server predicts the residues whose backbone Cα atoms are involved in interaction with backbone oxygen atoms and for C-H...π interactions, it predicts the residues whose backbone Cα atoms are involved in interaction with π ring system of side chain aromatic moieties.

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