Protein Binding Hot Spots And The Residue-residue Pairing Preference: A Water Exclusion Perspective

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Biomed Central Ltd
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Journal article
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Liu Qa and Li Jinyan 2010, 'Protein Binding Hot Spots And The Residue-residue Pairing Preference: A Water Exclusion Perspective', Biomed Central Ltd, vol. 11, no. NA, pp. 244-1-244-15.
Issue Date:
2010
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Background: A protein binding hot spot is a small cluster of residues tightly packed at the center of the interface between two interacting proteins. Though a hot spot constitutes a small fraction of the interface, it is vital to the stability of protein
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