|Interface core definitions from the literature|
|Core definitions||Residues with at least 1 atom with BSA/ASA(u)=1||Residues with rASA(u)>0.25 & rASA(c)<0.25||Residues with BSA/ASA(u)>0.95|
|Example bio interface: [PDB:1N8P] interface 1 (total BSA=1969 Å2)||26+27||24+24||4+3|
Interface residues are those for which BSA>0, core residues are then a subset of those. The values of core residue sizes for a typical biological interface example chosen from one of the entries in DCbio are shown (the 2 numbers corresponding to first and second partner of the interface). BSA is defined as BSA=ASA(u)-ASA(c), relative ASA as rASA=ASA/ASA(GLY-X-GLY). u and c stand for uncomplexed and complexed respectively.
Duarte et al.
Duarte et al. BMC Bioinformatics 2012 13:334 doi:10.1186/1471-2105-13-334