Research and Markets: Prediction of Protein Structures, Functions, and Interactions.John Wiley John Wiley may refer to:
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The prediction of protein structure and function is an increasingly important discipline used by the pharmaceutical industry to help researchers select and understand drug targets and refine drug candidates. Prediction of Protein Structures, Functions, and Interactions presents a comprehensive overview of methods for prediction of protein structure or function, with the emphasis on their availability and possibilities for their combined use. It is an essential guide to the newest, best methods for prediction of protein structure and functions, for researchers and advanced students.
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* List of Contributors.
* Preface pref·ace
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b. An introductory section, as of a speech.
* 1 The Basics of Protein Sequence Analysis (Katarzyna H. Kaminska, Kaja Milanowska and Janusz M. Bujnicki).
* 2 First Steps of Protein Structure Prediction Protein structure prediction is one of the most important goals pursued by bioinformatics and theoretical chemistry. Its aim is the prediction of the three-dimensional structure of proteins from their amino acid sequences, sometimes including additional relevant information such as (Karolina Majorek, Lukasz Kozlowski, Marcin J akalski and Janusz M. Bujnicki).
* 3 Automated Prediction of Protein Function from Sequence (Meghana Chitale, Troy Hawkins and Daisuke Kihara).
* 4 Template (1) A pre-designed document or data file formatted for common purposes such as a fax, invoice or business letter. If the document contains an automated process, such as a word processing macro or spreadsheet formula, then the programming is already written and embedded in the Based Prediction of Three-dimensional Protein Structures: Fold Recognition and Comparative Modeling (Jan Kosi'nski, Karolina L. Tkaczuk, Joanna M. Kasprzak and Janusz M. Bujnicki).
* 5 Template-free Predictions of Three-dimensional Protein Structures: From First Principles to Knowledge-based Potentials (Dominik Gront, Dorota Latek, Mateusz Kurcinski and Andrzej Kolinski).
* 6 Quality Assessment of Protein Models (Bjorn Wallner and Arne Elofsson).
* 7 Prediction of Molecular Interactions from 3D-structures: From Small Ligands to Large Protein Complexes (Kengo Kinoshita, Hidetoshi Kono and Kei Yura).
* 8 Structure-based Prediction of Enzymes and Their Active Sites (James W. Torrance and Janet M. Thornton).
* 9 The Prediction of Macromolecular mac·ro·mol·e·cule
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* 10 Protein Function Prediction via Analysis of Interactomes (Elena Nabieva and Mona Singh Mona Singh (born October 8 1980) is an Indian model and television actress. Personal
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* 11 Integrating Prediction of Structure, Function, and Interactions (Michael Tress, Janusz M. Bujnicki, Gonzalo Lopez and Alfonso Valencia).
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