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ECAMI: simultaneous classification and motif identification for enzyme annotation

5 days ago   |   By Oxford Journals

AbstractMotivationCarbohydrate-active enzymes are extremely important to bioenergy, human gut microbiome, and plant pathogen researches and industries. Here we developed a new amino acid k-mer based CAZyme classification, motif identification, and genome annotation tool using a bipartite network algorithm. Using this tool, we classified 390 CAZyme families into thousands of subfamilies each with distinguishing k-mer peptides. These k-mers represented the characteristic motifs (in the form of a collection of conserved short peptides) of each subfamily, and thus were further used to annotate...
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