Architectures and Functional Coverage of Protein Protein Interface

Tunçbağ, Nurcan
Nussınov, Ruth
Keskin Özkaya, Zehra Özlem


Architectures and functional coverage of protein-protein interfaces
Tunçbağ, Nurcan; Guney, Emre; NUSSINOV, Ruth; Keskin, Ozlem (2008-09-05)
The diverse range of cellular functions is performed by a limited number of protein folds existing in nature. One may similarly expect that cellular functional diversity would be covered by a limited number of protein-protein interface architectures. Here, we present 8205 interface clusters, each representing a unique interface architecture. This data set of protein-protein interfaces is analyzed and compared with older data sets. We observe that the number of both biological and crystal interfaces increase...
Architectures for multi-threaded MVC-compliant multi-view video decoding and benchmark tests
Akar, Gözde; Akar, Gözde; Tekalp, A. Murat (Elsevier BV, 2010-06-01)
3D video based on stereo/multi-view representations is becoming widely popular. Real-time encoding/decoding of such video is an important concern as the number and spatial/temporal resolution of views increase. We present a systematic method for design and optimization of multi-threaded multi-view video encoding/decoding algorithms using multi-core processors and provide benchmark results for real-time decoding. The proposed multi-core decoding architectures are compliant with the current MVC extension of H...
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Reaction wheels, magnetic torque rods, momentum wheels and control moment gyroscopes (CMGs) are the most common actuators used in attitude control. However, they use rotor and/or gimbal mechanisms susceptible to failure. An alternative solution may be vibrating mass actuators. Previous research by Reiter et al. and Chang et al. showed the possibility of obtaining a net output torque from vibrating actuators. To build upon this, current research aims to expand the vibratory actuators to different and more co...
Architecture specification of service-oriented systems through semantic web technologies
Biçer, Veli; Doğru, Ali Hikmet; Department of Computer Engineering (2007)
This thesis presents a semantic-based modeling approach for describing Service-Oriented Architectures (SOA). Ontologies are utilized as a major representation mechanism for describing various elements available in the architecture. The methodology proposes an architecture specification mechanism to constuct a unified ontology that enables transition from design concerns to the modeling elements. A multi-level modeling is also achieved by employing Model-Driven Engineering (MDE) techniques to describe variou...
Characterization and prediction of protein interfaces to infer protein-protein interaction networks
Keskin, Ozlem; Tunçbağ, Nurcan; GÜRSOY, Attila (2008-04-01)
Complex protein-protein interaction networks govern biological processes in cells. Protein interfaces are the sites where proteins physically interact. Identification and characterization of protein interfaces will lead to understanding how proteins interact with each other and how they are involved in protein-protein interaction networks. What makes a given interface bind to different proteins; how similar/different the interactions in proteins are some key questions to be answered. Enormous amount of prot...
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N. Tunçbağ, R. Nussınov, and Z. Ö. Keskin Özkaya, “Architectures and Functional Coverage of Protein Protein Interface,” 2009, Accessed: 00, 2021. [Online]. Available: