Real-Time Structure Search and Structure Classification for AlphaFold Protein Models
AlphaFold2 showed a substantial improvement in the accuracy of protein structure prediction. Following the release of the software, whole-proteome protein structure predictions by AlphaFold2 for 21 organisms were made publicly available. Here, we developed the infrastructure, 3D-AF-Surfer, to enable real-time structure-based search for the AlphaFold2 models by combining molecular surface representation with 3D Zernike descriptors and deep neural networks.
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