TS-AMIR: A topology string alignment method for intensive rapid protein structure comparison

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In structural biology, similarity analysis of protein structure is a crucial step in studying the relationship between proteins. Despite the considerable number of techniques that have been explored within the past two decades, the development of new alternative methods is still an active research area due to the need for high performance tools.

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Razmara, J., Deris, S., & Parvizpour, S. (2012). TS-AMIR: A topology string alignment method for intensive rapid protein structure comparison. Algorithms for Molecular Biology, 7(1). https://doi.org/10.1186/1748-7188-7-4

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