Native and non-native structures used to generate Protein Structure Networks

2014-01-21T15:30:10Z (GMT) by Soma Ghosh Saraswathi Vishveshwara
<p>Dataset 1: List of 5422 native protein structures<br>The positive dataset (PSN-QA_positive) used in this study consisted of 5422 native protein structures, that were downloaded using PISCES. Three letter codes of the PDBs are provided.</p> <p>Dataset 2: Details of the decoy dataset.<br>The negative dataset (PSN-QA_negative) used in this study were obtained from various publicly available resources.</p> <p>Dataset 3: Data used to generate Figure 1 in the associated article. This file contains the value of SLClu (size of the largest cluster) for example protein structures at different Imin values (interaction strength cutoffs).</p> <p>Dataset 4: Data used to generate Figure 2 in the associated article. The file contains the rank values obtained by the native and the decoy datasets. Please note that we have not kept a track of the correspondence between the Id and PDB Ids.</p> <p> </p>