Joint Evolutionary Trees : a large scale method to predict
protein interfaces based on sequence sampling
S. Engelen, L.A.
Trojan, S. Sacquin-Mora, R. Lavery, A. Carbone
Biology, 5(1): e1000267, 1--17, 2009.
file containing several tables:
Supplementary Tables 1-9 : Comparison of ET, JET and iJET on homodimer,
heterodimer and transient interfaces of the Huang dataset.
Supplementary Table 10-13 : Size (amino-acids number) and number
of sequences retrieved by PSI-BLAST for all homodimer, heterodimer and
transient proteins in the Huang dataset and in an extra set of proteins
discussed in the article.
Supplementary Table 14: Propensity values describing physical-chemical
properties of residues at the interface as estimated in (Nagi and Braun
Supplementary Table 15-20 : iJETperformance on enzymes, inhibitor,
signal transduction, antigen, antibodies, "others" proteins
of the Kanamori dataset.
21-22 : Comparison of ET, JET and iJET on a set of proteins discussed
in the text.
Information on how to
install JET and howto run it are included in the supplementary material.