Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/60810
標題: iStable: off-the-shelf predictor integration for predicting protein stability changes
作者: Chen, Chi-Wei
Lin, Jerome
Chu, Yen-Wei
摘要: Background: Mutation of a single amino acid residue can cause changes in a protein, which could then lead to a loss of protein function. Predicting the protein stability changes can provide several possible candidates for the novel protein designing. Although many prediction tools are available, the conflicting prediction results from different tools could cause confusion to users. Results: We proposed an integrated predictor, iStable, with grid computing architecture constructed by using sequence information and prediction results from different element predictors. In the learning model, several machine learning methods were evaluated and adopted the support vector machine as an integrator, while not just choosing the majority answer given by element predictors. Furthermore, the role of the sequence information played was analyzed in our model, and an 11-window size was determined. On the other hand, iStable is available with two different input types: structural and sequential. After training and cross-validation, iStable has better performance than all of the element predictors on several datasets. Under different classifications and conditions for validation, this study has also shown better overall performance in different types of secondary structures, relative solvent accessibility circumstances, protein memberships in different superfamilies, and experimental conditions. Conclusions: The trained and validated version of iStable provides an accurate approach for prediction of protein stability changes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11455/60810
文章連結: http://dx.doi.org/10.1186/1471-2105-14-S2-S5
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