• IPhosH-PseAAC: Identify Phosphohistidine Sites in Proteins by Blending Statistical Moments and Position Relative Features According to the Chou's 5-Step Rule and General Pseudo Amino Acid Composition

    1 month ago - By IEEE/ACM

    Protein phosphorylation is one of the key mechanism in prokaryotes and eukaryotes and is responsible for various biological functions such as protein degradation, intracellular localization, the multitude of cellular processes, molecular association, cytoskeletal dynamics, and enzymatic inhibition/activation. Phosphohistidine has a key role in a number of biological processes, including central metabolism to signalling in eukaryotes and bacteria. Thus, identification of phosphohistidine sites in a protein sequence is crucial, and experimental identification can be expensive, time-taking...
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