Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions

Ackermann F, Herrmann G, Kummert F, Posch S, Sagerer G, Schomburg D (1995)
In: Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. Rawlings C, Clark D, Altman R, Hunter L, Lengauer T, Wodak S (Eds);Menlo Park: AAAI Press: 3-11.

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Rawlings, C. ; Clark, D. ; Altman, R. ; Hunter, L. ; Lengauer, Th. ; Wodak, S.
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With the growing number of known 3D protein structures, computing systems, that can predict where two protein molecules interact with each other is becoming of increasing interest. A system is presented, integrating preprocessing like the computation of molecular surfaces, segmentation, and searching for complementarity in the general framework of a pattern analyzing semantic network (ERNEST). The score of coarse symbolic computations is used by the problem independent control strategy of ERNEST to guide a more detailed analysis considering steric clash and judgements based on gridâbased surface representations. Successfull examples of the docking system are discussed that compare well with other approaches.
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Ackermann F, Herrmann G, Kummert F, Posch S, Sagerer G, Schomburg D. Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions. In: Rawlings C, Clark D, Altman R, Hunter L, Lengauer T, Wodak S, eds. Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. Menlo Park: AAAI Press; 1995: 3-11.
Ackermann, F., Herrmann, G., Kummert, F., Posch, S., Sagerer, G., & Schomburg, D. (1995). Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions. In C. Rawlings, D. Clark, R. Altman, L. Hunter, T. Lengauer, & S. Wodak (Eds.), Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology (pp. 3-11). Menlo Park: AAAI Press.
Ackermann, F., Herrmann, G., Kummert, F., Posch, S., Sagerer, G., and Schomburg, D. (1995). “Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions” in Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, ed. C. Rawlings, D. Clark, R. Altman, L. Hunter, T. Lengauer, and S. Wodak (Menlo Park: AAAI Press), 3-11.
Ackermann, F., et al., 1995. Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions. In C. Rawlings, et al., eds. Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. Menlo Park: AAAI Press, pp. 3-11.
F. Ackermann, et al., “Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions”, Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology, C. Rawlings, et al., eds., Menlo Park: AAAI Press, 1995, pp.3-11.
Ackermann, F., Herrmann, G., Kummert, F., Posch, S., Sagerer, G., Schomburg, D.: Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions. In: Rawlings, C., Clark, D., Altman, R., Hunter, L., Lengauer, T., and Wodak, S. (eds.) Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. p. 3-11. Menlo Park: AAAI Press (1995).
Ackermann, Friedrich, Herrmann, Grit, Kummert, Franz, Posch, S., Sagerer, Gerhard, and Schomburg, D. “Protein Docking Combining Symbolic Descriptions of Molecular Surfaces and Grid-Based Scoring Functions”. Proceedings Third International Conference on Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology. Ed. C. Rawlings, D. Clark, R. Altman, L. Hunter, Th. Lengauer, and S. Wodak. Menlo Park: AAAI Press, 1995. 3-11.
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