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Arbitrary protein−protein docking targets biologically relevant interfaces

Juliette Martin* and Richard Lavery

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Université Lyon 1; CNRS, UMR 5086; Bases Moléculaires et Structurales des Systèmes Infectieux, IBCP, 7 passage du, Vercors, F-69367, France

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BMC Biophysics 2012, 5:7  doi:10.1186/2046-1682-5-7

Published: 6 May 2012

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Additional file 1: Supporting Information:

This file contains: Additional file 1 figure  1 showing the features of the probes selected from the Nh3D data set (radius of gyration versus size), Table S1 showing the interactions between the 198 targets and the 314 random partners found in the Intact databank, Table S2 showing HEX parameters, Additional file 1 figure  S2 illustrating the procedure of local patch generation for PIND computation, Additional file 1 figure  S3 showing the lack of correlation between PIND and accumulated docking hits, Additional file 1 figure  S4 showing the rho coefficients of Figure 2 versus standard deviation of RGEOCEN, the relative distance to the geometric protein centers, Additional file 1 figure  S5, showing the multiple interfaces of the 31 proteins detected in Figure 5 and Additional file 1 Figure  S6, showing the composition of surface/interface rim/interface core regions in the target data set.

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