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Bhak, Jong
KOrean GenomIcs Center(KOGIC)
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PartsList: a web-based system for dynamically ranking protein folds based on disparate attributes, including whole-genome expression and interaction information

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PartsList: a web-based system for dynamically ranking protein folds based on disparate attributes, including whole-genome expression and interaction information
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PartsList: a web-based system for dynamically ranking protein folds based on disparate attributes, including whole-genome expression and interaction information.
Author
Qian, JiangStenger, BradWilson, Cyrus A.Lin, JimmyJansen, RonaldTeichmann, Sarah A.Bhak, Jong HwaKrebs, Werner G.Yu, HaiyuanAlexandrov, VadimEchols, NathanielGerstein, Mark
Keywords
COMPREHENSIVE STRUCTURAL CENSUS; SACCHAROMYCES-CEREVISIAE; MACROMOLECULAR MOTIONS; YEAST TRANSCRIPTOME; GENE DUPLICATIONS; SCALE ANALYSIS; BUDDING YEAST; DATA-BANK; DATABASE; SEQUENCE
Issue Date
2001-04
Publisher
OXFORD UNIV PRESS
Citation
NUCLEIC ACIDS RESEARCH, v.29, no.8, pp.1750 - 1764
Abstract
As the number of protein folds is quite limited, a mode of analysis that will be increasingly common in the future, especially with the advent of structural genomics, is to survey and re-survey the finite parts list of folds from an expanding number of perspectives. We have developed a new resource, called PartsList, that lets one dynamically perform these comparative fold surveys. It is available on the web at http://bioinfo.mbb.yale.edu/partslist and http:il www.partslist.org. The system is based on the existing fold classifications and functions as a form of companion annotation for them, providing 'global views' of many already completed fold surveys, The central idea in the system is that of comparison through ranking; PartsList will rank the approximately 420 folds based on more than 180 attributes. These include: (i) occurrence in a number of completely sequenced genomes (e.g. it will show the most common folds in the worm versus yeast); (ii) occurrence in the structure databank (e.g. most common folds in the PDB) (iii) both absolute and relative gene expression information (e,g, most changing folds in expression over the cell cycle); (iv) protein-protein interactions, based on experimental data in yeast and comprehensive PDB surveys (e,g, most interacting fold) (v) sensitivity to inserted transposons: (vi) the number of functions associated with the fold (e.g. most multi-functional folds); (vii) amino acid composition (e,g, most Cys-rich fords); (viii) protein motions (e.g, most mobile folds); and (ix) the level of similarity based on a comprehensive set of structural alignments (e,g, most structurally variable folds). The integration of whole-genome expression and protein-protein interaction data with structural information is a particularly novel feature of our system. We provide three ways of visualizing the rankings: a profiler emphasizing the progression of high and low ranks across many preselected attributes, a dynamic comparer for custom comparisons and a numerical rankings correlator, These allow one to directly compare very different attributes of a fold (e,g, expression level, genome occurrence and maximum motion) in the uniform numerical format of ranks, This uniform framework, in turn, highlights the way that the frequency of many of the attributes falls off with approximate power-law behavior (i.e. according to V-b, for attribute value V and constant exponent b), with a few folds having large values and most having small values
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10.1093/nar/29.8.1750
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0305-1048
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