Structural Classification of Proteins and its implications for the genome projects
We also explore new insights into protein folding and evolution, suggested by non-trivial relationships discovered during the classification of new protein families in SCOP and SCOP2.
We intend to realise the potential of SCOP to become an essential resource for the functional annotation of structurally characterised genomic proteins, as it has done previously for other areas of bioinformatics and computational biology.
- Andreeva, A. & Murzin, A. G. (2010)
Structural classification of proteins and structural genomics: new insights into protein folding and evolution
Acta Crystallogr Sect F Struct Biol Cryst Commun 66: 1190-1197
- El Yacoubi, B., Hatin, I., Deutsch, C., Kahveci, T., Rousset, J. P., Iwata-Reuyl, D., Murzin, A. G. & de Crecy-Lagard, V. (2011)
A role for the universal Kae1/Qri7/YgjD (COG0533) family in tRNA modification
Embo J 30: 882-893
- Andreeva, A., Howorth, D., Chothia, C., Kulesha, E. & Murzin, A. G. (2014)
SCOP2 prototype: a new approach to protein structure mining
Nucleic Acids Res 42: D310-314