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Computational Algorithms for Protein Structures and Interactions - Inria, CNRS, University of Lorraine The CAPSID team develops algorithms and software to help study biological systems and phenomena from a structural point of view. In particular, the team aims to develop algorithms to facilitate and improve the 3D modeling of large multi-component bio-molecular machines.
Download all genome from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/labs/virus/vssi/#/virus?SeqType_s=Nucleotide with filter host:viridiplantae and Refseq on.
Date Published: 14th May 2021
Publication Type: Unpublished
Citation: arXiv 2105.07028 [cs.DC]
Authors: Anna-Lena Lamprecht, Magnus Palmblad, Jon Ison, Veit Schwämmle, Mohammad Sadnan Al Manir, Ilkay Altintas, Christopher J. O. Baker, Ammar Ben Hadj Amor, Salvador Capella-Gutierrez, Paulos Charonyktakis, Michael R. Crusoe, Yolanda Gil, Carole Goble, Timothy J. Griffin, Paul Groth, Hans Ienasescu, Pratik Jagtap, Matúš Kalaš, Vedran Kasalica, Alireza Khanteymoori, Tobias Kuhn, Hailiang Mei, Hervé Ménager, Steffen Möller, Robin A. Richardson, Vincent Robert, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Robert Stevens, Szoke Szaniszlo, Suzan Verberne, Aswin Verhoeven, Katherine Wolstencroft
Date Published: 2021
Publication Type: Journal
Citation: F1000Res 10:897
Authors: Carole Goble, Sarah Cohen-Boulakia, Stian Soiland-Reyes, Daniel Garijo, Yolanda Gil, Michael R. Crusoe, Kristian Peters, Daniel Schober
Date Published: 2020
Publication Type: Journal
Citation: Data Intellegence 2(1-2):108-121
Protein domains can be viewed as building blocks, essential for understanding structure-function relationships in proteins. However, each domain database classifies protein domains using its own methodology. Thus, in many cases, boundaries between different domains or families differ from one domain database to the other, raising the question of domain definition and enumeration. The answer to this question cannot be found in a single database. Rather, expert integration and curation of various ...
CroMaSt: A workflow for domain family curation through cross-mapping of structural instances between protein domain databases
CroMaSt (Cross Mapper of domain Structural instances) is an automated iterative workflow to clarify domain definition by cross-mapping of domain structural instances between domain databases. CroMaSt (for Cross-Mapper of domain Structural instances) will classify all structural instances of a given domain type into 3 different categories (core, true and ...
This workflow can be used to fit dose-response curves from normalised cell-based assay data (%confluence) using the KNIME HCS extension. The workflow expects triplicates for each of eight test concentrations. This workflow needs R-Server to run in the back-end. Start R and run the following command: library(Rserve); Rserve(args = "--vanilla"). Three types of outliers can be removed: 1 - Outliers from triplicate measurement (standard deviation cut-off can be selected), 2 - inactive and weekly ...
This workflow can be used to fit dose-response curves from normalised biochemical assay data (%Inhibition) using the HCS extension. This workflow needs R-Server to run in the back-end. Start R and run the following command: library(Rserve); Rserve(args = "--vanilla") IC50 values will not be extrapolated outside the tested concentration range For activity classification the following criteria are applied:
- maximum (average % inhibion) >25 % and slope is >0 and IC50 > 5 µM or
- minimum ...
Generates Dose-response curve fits on cell-based toxicity data. Outliers of replicate data-sets can be removed by setting a threshold for standard deviation (here set to 25). Curve fits for compounds showing low response can be removed by setting a threshold for minimum activity (here set to 75% confluence). This workflow needs R-Server to run in the back-end. Start R and run the following command: library(Rserve); Rserve(args = "--vanilla")
BackTrackBB is a program for detection and space-time location of seismic sources based on multi-scale, frequency-selective statistical coherence of the wave field recorded by dense large-scale seismic networks and local antennas. The method is designed to enhance coherence of the signal statistical features across the array of sensors and consists of three steps. They are signal processing, space-time imaging and detection and location.
More information: https://backtrackbb.github.io/