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Statistical dictionaries for hypothetical in silico model of the early-stage intermediate in protein folding.

Kalinowska B, Fabian P, Stąpor K, Roterman I - J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des. (2015)

Bottom Line: The scientific community has recently devoted much attention to early stages of this process, with numerous attempts at simulating them--either experimentally or in silico.This paper presents a comparative analysis of the predicted and observed results of folding simulations.The proposed technique, based on statistical dictionaries, yields a global accuracy of 57%--a marked improvement over older approaches (with an accuracy of approximately 46%).

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Affiliation: Department of Bioinformatics and Telemedicine, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Lazarza 16, Krakow, Poland.

ABSTRACT
The polypeptide chain folding process appears to be a multi-stage phenomenon. The scientific community has recently devoted much attention to early stages of this process, with numerous attempts at simulating them--either experimentally or in silico. This paper presents a comparative analysis of the predicted and observed results of folding simulations. The proposed technique, based on statistical dictionaries, yields a global accuracy of 57%--a marked improvement over older approaches (with an accuracy of approximately 46%).

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2JEK structure (A chain) a native structure derived from PDB, b structure obtained by projecting each (φ, ψ) angle pair onto the elliptical path which represents the ES conformational subspace, c ES structure obtained using the statistical dictionary method, d ES structure obtained using the contingency table method. Blue, red and green fragments correspond to residues which form α-helixes, β-twists and loops respectively. Source: PyMOL
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Fig5: 2JEK structure (A chain) a native structure derived from PDB, b structure obtained by projecting each (φ, ψ) angle pair onto the elliptical path which represents the ES conformational subspace, c ES structure obtained using the statistical dictionary method, d ES structure obtained using the contingency table method. Blue, red and green fragments correspond to residues which form α-helixes, β-twists and loops respectively. Source: PyMOL

Mentions: 2JEK is an example of a protein for which the statistical dictionary method produces less accurate results than the contingency table method (12 % decrease in accuracy). The statistical dictionary method is less apt to propose helical structures, which form the majority of this protein (Fig. 5).Fig. 5


Statistical dictionaries for hypothetical in silico model of the early-stage intermediate in protein folding.

Kalinowska B, Fabian P, Stąpor K, Roterman I - J. Comput. Aided Mol. Des. (2015)

2JEK structure (A chain) a native structure derived from PDB, b structure obtained by projecting each (φ, ψ) angle pair onto the elliptical path which represents the ES conformational subspace, c ES structure obtained using the statistical dictionary method, d ES structure obtained using the contingency table method. Blue, red and green fragments correspond to residues which form α-helixes, β-twists and loops respectively. Source: PyMOL
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Fig5: 2JEK structure (A chain) a native structure derived from PDB, b structure obtained by projecting each (φ, ψ) angle pair onto the elliptical path which represents the ES conformational subspace, c ES structure obtained using the statistical dictionary method, d ES structure obtained using the contingency table method. Blue, red and green fragments correspond to residues which form α-helixes, β-twists and loops respectively. Source: PyMOL
Mentions: 2JEK is an example of a protein for which the statistical dictionary method produces less accurate results than the contingency table method (12 % decrease in accuracy). The statistical dictionary method is less apt to propose helical structures, which form the majority of this protein (Fig. 5).Fig. 5

Bottom Line: The scientific community has recently devoted much attention to early stages of this process, with numerous attempts at simulating them--either experimentally or in silico.This paper presents a comparative analysis of the predicted and observed results of folding simulations.The proposed technique, based on statistical dictionaries, yields a global accuracy of 57%--a marked improvement over older approaches (with an accuracy of approximately 46%).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Bioinformatics and Telemedicine, Jagiellonian University Medical College, Lazarza 16, Krakow, Poland.

ABSTRACT
The polypeptide chain folding process appears to be a multi-stage phenomenon. The scientific community has recently devoted much attention to early stages of this process, with numerous attempts at simulating them--either experimentally or in silico. This paper presents a comparative analysis of the predicted and observed results of folding simulations. The proposed technique, based on statistical dictionaries, yields a global accuracy of 57%--a marked improvement over older approaches (with an accuracy of approximately 46%).

No MeSH data available.