Wiggle—Predicting Functionally Flexible Regions from Primary Sequence

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The Wiggle series are support vector machine–based predictors that identify regions of functional flexibility using only protein sequence... » More
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PLoS Comput Biol. 2006 Jul 14; 2(7):e90
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Jenny Gu, Michael Gribskov, Philip E Bourne

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