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Multiple sequence alignments as tools for protein structure and function prediction

Multiple sequence alignments as tools for protein structure and function prediction

Comparative and Functional Genomics 4(4): 424-427

Multiple sequence alignments have much to offer to the understanding of protein structure, evolution and function. We are developing approaches to use this information in predicting protein-binding specificity, intra-protein and protein-protein interactions, and in reconstructing protein interaction networks.

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PMID: 18629077

DOI: 10.1002/cfg.313

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