Prediction of Sugar-Binding Sites on Proteins
Computational techniques in prediction of protein-sugar (carbohydrate) interactions are required for the current biological studies. Although this field of bioinformatics is still immature as compared with that of protein-protein or protein-nucleic acid interactions, several methods have been developed as prompted by the increasing requirements.
KeywordsDocking Simulation Site Prediction Potential Energy Function Sugar Chain Sugar Molecule
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