Difference between revisions of "LocTree2 - Protein sub-cellular localization prediction for all domains of life"

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== Introduction ==
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LocTree2 is a novel method to predict protein localization for all domains of life.
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The novel aspects include:
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* the stunning number of 18 predicted classes for Eukaryota
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* 6 classes for Bacteria and 3 classes for Archaea
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* incorporation of no other information than of evolutionary profiles
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* very accurate in distinction membrane/water-soluble globular proteins
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* high robustness against sequencing errors
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* top performance even for protein fragments
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== Methods ==
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Our framework combines three different systems of classification trees to predict the localization classes (Archaea: 3 classes; Bacteria: 6; Eukaryota: 18)
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[[File:Example.jpg]]
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=== Input ===
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=== Prediction algorithm ===
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=== Contact ===
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For questions, please contact localization@rostlab.org

Revision as of 18:12, 9 June 2012

Introduction

LocTree2 is a novel method to predict protein localization for all domains of life.

The novel aspects include:

  • the stunning number of 18 predicted classes for Eukaryota
  • 6 classes for Bacteria and 3 classes for Archaea
  • incorporation of no other information than of evolutionary profiles
  • very accurate in distinction membrane/water-soluble globular proteins
  • high robustness against sequencing errors
  • top performance even for protein fragments

Methods

Our framework combines three different systems of classification trees to predict the localization classes (Archaea: 3 classes; Bacteria: 6; Eukaryota: 18) File:Example.jpg

Input

Prediction algorithm

Contact

For questions, please contact localization@rostlab.org