2 edition of Elements of spatial structure found in the catalog.
Bibliography: p. 249-256.Includes index.
|Statement||Cambridge University Press|
|Publishers||Cambridge University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||50|
|2||Cambridge geographical studies|
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These observations indicate that for a given protein fold, on average, we can find 2—9 other folds that have the same spatial arrangement of SSEs preserving the same chain direction within the same SCOP class. The vertical axis represents the percentage of the target proteins with the TM-scores of SQ, RW, and RR templates equal to or greater than 0. Some norms specify positive obligations.
The Geographical Components of Connectivity• Here we investigated the protein size dependence of the percentage of target proteins with at least one similar structure in other folds in a more quantitative manner. A and B respectively represent the scatter plots showing versus and versus. Social structure includes social groups and institutions. PLoS ONE 9 9 : e107959.
Inversely, the spatial structure influences geography.
T0737-D1 is an interesting example showing large differences in the TM-score between the SQ and RR templates. 5 identified by the RW scheme. As the figure indicates, the protein fold with the largest value does not correspond to that with the largest value. In particular, for the targets with SQ template TM-scores of 0. Part three links the first two parts together through a consideration of spatial autocorrelation and spatial forecasting.
These values are similar to those obtained in the previous section 52.
A and B respectively represent the scatter plots showing versus and versus.
PLoS Comput Biol 7: e1002175.