Number of known non-homologous protein struc's?
hooft at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE
Tue Aug 22 04:18:53 EST 1995
>>>>> "LFK" == Lee F (Frank) Kolakowski <lfk at receptor.mgh.harvard.edu> writes:
LFK> I think the question was mis-understood.
LFK> If we look at all the structures that have been determined...
LFK> How many of these are from proteins that could be termed
LFK> non-homologous to others in the pdb. So these would be the
LFK> number of unique protein structures.
LFK> There is a paper about this sort of analysis from Chris Sander's
2 U.Hobohm, M.Scharf, R.Schneider, C.Sander: Selection of a
representative set of structures from the Brookhaven Protein Data
Bank, Protein Science 1 (1992), 409-417.
3 U.Hobohm and C.Sander: Enlarged representative set of protein
structures, Protein Science 3 (1994) 522
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