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Old 07-03-2012, 09:16 PM
 
Default Bug#680140: ITP: profbval -- PROFbval is a method for predicting residue mobility based on amino-acid sequence.

Package: wnpp
Severity: wishlist
Owner: root <to_anger@freenet.de>


* Package name : profbval
Version : 1.0.16
Upstream Author : Guy Yachdav <gyachdav@rostlab.org>
* URL : http://www.predictprotein.org/docs.php
* License : GPL
Programming Lang: Perl
Description : predicts flexibile/rigid residues from sequence

PROFbval is a neural-network based trained on backbone B-value data from X-ray structure. PROFbval was trained on a sequence
unique set of high-resolution protein structures from the PDB.

The mobility of a given residue on the protein surface is related to its functional role. A common measure of atom mobility in
proteins is B-value data from x-ray crystallography structures. PROFbval is a method predicting backbone B-values from amino-
acid sequence. PROFbval can be useful for both protein structure and function predictions. For instance, a biologist can
locate potentially antigenic determinants by identifying the most flexible residues on the protein surface. Additionally, a
crystallographer can locate residues that potentially have high experimental B-values.



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