A case study of Community structure description in amino

Seth Muckleroy, Lauri Chace


In this paper,proteins by amino acid interaction networks is discussed. The vertices are the protein’s amino acids and whose edges are the interactions between them. Identifying the main topological properties of these interaction networks using graph theory measures. Furthermore, we observe that the amino acids interact specifically, according to their structural role, and depending on whether they participate or not in the secondary structure. Thus, certain amino acids tend to group together to form local clouds. Then, we study the formation of node aggregations through community structure detections. We observe that the composition of organizations confirms a specific aggregation between loops around a core composed of secondary.


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