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Synthetic biology features a number of diversified ways, methodologies and disciplines, and lots of varied definitions exist. This quantity of tools in Enzymology has been cut up into 2 components and covers issues comparable to Measuring and Engineering significant Dogma strategies, Mathematical and Computational tools and Next-Generation DNA meeting and Manipulation.
- Encompasses various diversified methods, methodologies and disciplines
- Split into 2 components and covers themes akin to measuring and engineering crucial dogma methods, mathematical and computational tools and next-generation DNA meeting and manipulation
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BALCH, CHANNING J. DER, AND ALAN HALL VOLUME 407. Regulators and Effectors of Small GTPases: Ras Family Edited by WILLIAM E. BALCH, CHANNING J. DER, AND ALAN HALL VOLUME 408. DNA Repair (Part A) Edited by JUDITH L. CAMPBELL AND PAUL MODRICH VOLUME 409. DNA Repair (Part B) Edited by JUDITH L. CAMPBELL AND PAUL MODRICH VOLUME 410. DNA Microarrays (Part A: Array Platforms and Web-Bench Protocols) Edited by ALAN KIMMEL AND BRIAN OLIVER VOLUME 411. DNA Microarrays (Part B: Databases and Statistics) Edited by ALAN KIMMEL AND BRIAN OLIVER VOLUME 412.
Protein–DNA interactions are complex phenomena as they involve direct and indirect interactions and there is not a general recognition code to predict base–residue interactions. Thus structural information is required in order to understand the specificity of any DNA-binding protein. Structure-based DNA-binding prediction is a powerful tool to infer protein-binding sites and design new specificities. This approach has developed in the past few years, and there exist some examples of successful binding site prediction for several proteins and particularly for zinc fingers.
Based on a statistical analysis of the available DNA structures in the PDB and in order to simulate movements of the bases relative to the ribose, we allow two degrees of freedom: the angle C10 –N9–C4 (125 Æ 5 ) and the dihedral DNA-Binding Specificity Prediction with FoldX 9 angle O40 –C10 –N9–C4 (Æ5 around the original dihedral angle form the structure) for the purines and the angle C10 –N1–C2 (118 Æ 5 ) and the dihedral angle O40 –C10 –N1–C2 (Æ 5 around the original dihedral angle form the structure) for the pyrimidines.
Synthetic Biology, Part BComputer Aided Design and DNA Assembly by Christopher Voigt (Eds.)