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A disulfide bond, formed by two oxidized cysteines, plays an important role in the protein folding and structure stability, and it may regulate protein functions. The disulfide connectivity prediction problem is to reveal the correct information of disulfide connectivity in the target protein. It is difficult because the number of possible patterns grows rapidly with respect to the number of cysteines. In this paper, we discover some rules to discriminate the patterns with high accuracy indoi:10.5220/0004541501120118 dblp:conf/ic3k/ChenYTH13 fatcat:urtg5my5abfqxpinntdmhlawr4