Kbdock : 3D Domain-Domain interactions
Kbdock is a database of protein domain interactions extracted from the Protein Data Bank (PDB). Domain-domain interactions can be searched by Pfam identifier(s). The interaction partners for a particular domain of interest are set in a common coordinate frame before clustering the binding sites, thereby defining domain family binding sites (DFBS, see the reference papers: Bioinformatics,2011 or NAR,2013). Kbdock was developed by Anisah Ghoorah during her PhD at the Loria (2009-2013) and updated by Zia Alborzi during his PhD at the Loria (2014-2018)
Go to the Kbdock main page.
Characterization of protein domains
A dataset of protein domains (from the Pfam classification) with automatically inferred functional annotations : EC (Enzyme Commission) numbers. The inference method is inspired by recommendation systems and described in this publication.
Go to ECDM website.
A dataset of protein domains (from the Pfam classification) with automatically inferred functional annotations : GO (Gene Ontology) terms. The inference method is the generic CODAC (COmputational discovery of Direct Associations using Common neighbours) method described in this publication.
Go to GODM website.
A dataset of protein domain-domain interactions (DDIs) inferred from multiple sources of protein-protein interactions. The inference method is an extension of the generic CODAC (COmputational discovery of Direct Associations using Common neighbours) method. Publication in preparation.
Go to PPIDM website.
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