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SADA is a structural analogue-based protein structure domain assembly method assisted by deep learning, which includes 5 steps. (1) detects structural analogues of the full-chain from the constructed multi-domain protein structure database (MPDB) according to the input protein domain models; (2) Constructs an initial model based on the detected 1st-ranked analogue; (3) Utilizes a deep learning network to predict the inter-residue distance distribution; (4) Builds multi-domain protein specificity force field for guiding domain assembly based on the predicted residues distance distribution and the property of multi-domain protein; (5) Assembles the domain models to generate final full-chain model by the proposed two-stage differential evolution algorithm from the initial model. (see example for a SADA assembly result of 2-domains protein ).

SADA also provides other 2 functions. (1) Structural analogues detection; (2) Culling the whole MPDB according to input criteria.



  • Multi-domain protein structure database, Current version: September, 2021 with 4,8225 entries (~3.4G).
  • Domain_boundary.txt, This file records the domain boundary for multi-domain proteins in Multi-domain protein structure database.

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  • 2021-09: The Multi-domain protein structure database (with 48,225 entries) was released by Dr. Guijun Zhang's research group at Zhejiang University of Technology.

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