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Bioinformatics. 1998;14(6):542-3.

EUCLID: automatic classification of proteins in functional classes by their database annotations.

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  • 1Protein Design Group, CNB-CSIC, Campus U. Autonoma, Cantoblanco, E-28049 Madrid, Spain, 2EMBL-EBI, Cambridge CB10 1SD, UK and 3Lion-AG, Heidelberg, Germany.

Abstract

A tool is described for the automatic classification of sequences in functional classes using their database annotations. The Euclid system is based on a simple learning procedure from examples provided by human experts.

AVAILABILITY:

Euclid is freely available for academics at http://www.gredos.cnb.uam.es/EUCLID, with the corresponding dictionaries for the generation of three, eight and 14 functional classes.

CONTACT:

E-mail: valencia@cnb.uam.es

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

The results of the EUCLID classification of different genomes are available at http://www.sander.ebi.ac. uk/genequiz/. A detailed description of the different applications mentioned in the text is available at http://www.gredos.cnb.uam. es/EUCLID/Full_Paper

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