Domains are distinct functional and/or structural units in a protein. Usually they
are responsible for a particular function or interaction, contributing to the overall ...
Protein domains that have a necessary function are often used in many different
proteins. ... Protein domains often serve as structural units that define a protein.
Protein domains: Identification and assignment. ... such cases the easiest would
be to consult the CATH database, which gives a clear definition of the domains.
Jun 12, 2012 ... We propose a thermodynamically-based definition in which a domain is a
segment of the folded protein for which the m-value in isolation and ...
Apr 6, 2013 ... There are also more complex motif models. Protein domains, on the other hand,
are a structural entity, usually meaning a part of the protein ...
May 20, 2009 ... (2) A part of protein that can fold, function and exist independently of the rest of
the protein chain or structure. Supplement. Protein domains vary ...
determined protein 3D structures into structural domains. ... ably here and have
no special meaning associated with a particular term when referring to the.
Document: Protein domains and motifs | Last modified: December 28, 2005 ... or
PRINTS-S database contains clusters of patterns that define protein families.
Curr Protoc Protein Sci. 2011 Nov;Chapter 2:Unit2.14. doi: 10.1002/0471140864.
ps0214s66. Protein structural domains: definition and prediction. Ezkurdia I(1) ...
Overview of Conserved Domain Database and protein classification resources ...
which use 3D-structure information to explicitly define domain boundaries and ...