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Leitmotif: protein motif scanning 2.0.

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Summary of "Leitmotif: protein motif scanning 2.0."

Motif-HMM (mHMM) scanning has been shown to possess unique advantages over standardly used sequence-profile search methods (e.g. HMMER, PSI-BLAST) since it is particularly well suited to discriminate proteins with variations inside conserved motifs (e.g. family subtypes) or motifs lacking essential residues (false positives, e.g. pseudoenzymes).

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Name: Bioinformatics (Oxford, England)
ISSN: 1367-4811
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