CASBench: A Benchmarking Set of Proteins with Annotated Catalytic and Allosteric Sites in Their Structuresстатья

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[1] Casbench: A benchmarking set of proteins with annotated catalytic and allosteric sites in their structures / A. Zlobin, D. Suplatov, K. Kopylov, V. Švedas // Acta Naturae (англоязычная версия). — 2019. — Vol. 11, no. 1(40). — P. 74–80. In recent years, the phenomenon of allostery has witnessed growing attention driven by a fundamental interest in new ways to regulate the functional properties of proteins, as well as the prospects of using allosteric sites as targets to design novel drugs with lower toxicity due to a higher selectivity of binding and specificity of the mechanism of action. The currently available bioinformatic methods can sometimes correctly detect previously unknown ligand binding sites in protein structures. However, the development of universal and more efficient approaches requires a deeper understanding of the common and distinctive features of the structural organization of both functional (catalytic) and allosteric sites, the evolution of their amino acid sequences in respective protein families, and allosteric communication pathways. The CASBench benchmark set contains 91 entries related to enzymes with both catalytic and allosteric sites within their structures annotated based on the experimental information from the Allosteric Database, Catalytic Site Atlas, and Protein Data Bank. The obtained dataset can be used to benchmark the performance of existing computational approaches and develop/train perspective algorithms to search for new catalytic and regulatory sites, as well as to study the mechanisms of protein regulation on a large collection of allosteric enzymes. Establishing a relationship between the structure, function, and regulation is expected to improve our understanding of the mechanisms of action of enzymes and open up new prospects for discovering new drugs and designing more efficient biocatalysts. The CASBench can be operated offline on a local computer or online using built-in interactive tools at

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