Combining Sequence Entropy and Subgraph Topology for Complex Prediction in Protein Protein Interaction (PPI) Network

Author(s): Aisha Sikandar , Waqas Anwar* , Misba Sikandar .

Journal Name: Current Bioinformatics

Volume 14 , Issue 6 , 2019

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Abstract:

Background: Complex prediction from interaction network of proteins has become a challenging task. Most of the computational approaches focus on topological structures of protein complexes and fewer of them consider important biological information contained within amino acid sequences.

Objective: To capture the essence of information contained within protein sequences we have computed sequence entropy and length. Proteins interact with each other and form different sub graph topologies.

Methods: We integrate biological features with sub graph topological features and model complexes by using a Logistic Model Tree.

Results: The experimental results demonstrated that our method out performs other four state-ofart computational methods in terms of the number of detecting known protein complexes correctly.

Conclusion: In addition, our framework provides insights into future biological study and might be helpful in predicting other types of sub graph topologies.

Keywords: Protein Protein Interaction (PPI), sequence entropy, sub graph topology, biological features, logistic model tree, cluster.

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VOLUME: 14
ISSUE: 6
Year: 2019
Page: [516 - 523]
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DOI: 10.2174/1574893614666190103100026
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