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Ortho_Sim_Loc: Essential protein prediction using orthology and priority-based similarity approach
A.K. Payra, , A. Ghosh
Published in Elsevier Ltd
PMID: 33962168
Volume: 92
Proteins are the essential macro-molecules of living organism. But all proteins cannot be considered as essential in different relevant studies. Essentiality of a protein is thus computed by computation methods rather than biological experiments which in turn save both time and effort. Different computational approaches are already predicted to select essential proteins successfully with different biological significances by researchers. Most of the experimental approaches return higher false negative outcomes with respect to others. In order to retain the prediction accuracy level, a novel methodology "Ortho_Sim_Loc"has been proposed which is a combined approach of Orthology, Similarity (using clustering and priority based GO-Annotation) and Subcellular localization. Ortho_Sim_Loc can predict enriched functional set essential proteins. The predicted results are validated with other existing methods like different centrality measures, LIDC. The validation results exhibits better performance of Ortho_Sim_Loc in compare to other existing computational approaches. © 2021 Elsevier Ltd
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