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While above 80% of protein structures in PDB were determined using X-ray crystallography, in some cases only 42% of soluble purified proteins yield crystals. Since experimental verification of protein's ability to crystallize is relatively expensive and time-consuming, we propose a new in silico prediction system, called CRYSTALP, which is based on the protein's sequence. CRYSTALP uses a novel feature-based sequence representation and applies a Naïve Bayes classifier. It was compared withdoi:10.1016/j.bbrc.2007.02.040 pmid:17316561 fatcat:ab54wis2uvemnaap3kbx5qlkue