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dc.contributor.authorFatafta, Hebah
dc.contributor.authorKarain, Wael
dc.description.abstractThe Dynamic Cross-Correlation Map(DCCM) technique has been used extensively to study protein dynamics. In this work, we introduce the use of the method of Correlation of Probability of Recurrence (CPR) as a complementary method to detect correlations between protein residue atoms. Time series of the distances of the Cα atoms of the β-Lactamase Inhibitory protein(BLIP) from a reference position are analyzed using CPR and Mutual Information(MI). The results are compared to those provided by DCCM. In comparison to MI, CPR is found to detect more of the correlations present in DCCM. It is also able to detect a small number of significant correlations between distant residues that are not detected by DCCM
dc.subject.lcshBeta lactamases - Inhibitors
dc.subject.lcshProtein engineering
dc.subject.lcshMolecular dynamics
dc.titleDetecting protein atom correlations using correlation of probability of recurrenceen_US
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