SourceCurrent Opinion in Structural Biology, 10, 3, (2000), pp. 366-70
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Current Opinion in Structural Biology
SubjectStudy of abnormal differentiation and transformation processes in heritable and acquired disorders with the use of cell and animal models; Bestudering van abnormale differentiatie en transformatieprocessen bij erfelijke of verworven aandoeningen m.b.v. cel- en diermodellen
Recently, a number of techniques have been proposed that use completely sequenced genomes for the function prediction of individual proteins encoded therein. They use the fusion of genes, their conserved location in operons or merely their co-occurrence in genomes to predict the existence of functional interactions between the proteins they encode. This type of information complements functional features that are predicted by classical homology-based search techniques.
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