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Proceedings of The 7th International Conference on Intelligent Systems and Image Processing 2019
Proteins often bind to other compounds at the concave site which is referred to as a pocket, and it is known that the binding site is locally similar with proteins binding to the same compound. In this paper, we propose a new method to predict the important structures when binding to the ligand in the pocket (described as "significant spot"), by focusing on the distance between the surfaces of proteins. Experiments were conducted with 60 kinds of proteins to extract significant spot for eachdoi:10.12792/icisip2019.052 fatcat:whdr5dd6erdwhglx5pt7lbk24i