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Identifying anticancer peptides by using a generalized chaos game representation. (English) Zbl 1410.92083
Summary: We generalize chaos game representation (CGR) to higher dimensional spaces while maintaining its bijection, keeping such method sufficiently representative and mathematically rigorous compare to previous attempts. We first state and prove the asymptotic property of CGR and our generalized chaos game representation (GCGR) method. The prediction follows that the dissimilarity of sequences which possess identical subsequences but distinct positions would be lowered exponentially by the length of the identical subsequence; this effect was taking place unbeknownst to researchers. By shining a spotlight on it now, we show the effect fundamentally supports (G)CGR as a similarity measure or feature extraction technique. We develop two feature extraction techniques: GCGR-Centroid and GCGR-Variance. We use the GCGR-Centroid to analyze the similarity between protein sequences by using the datasets 9 ND5, 24 TF and 50 beta-globin proteins. We obtain consistent results compared with previous studies which proves the significance thereof. Finally, by utilizing support vector machines, we train the anticancer peptide prediction model by using both GCGR-Centroid and GCGR-Variance, and achieve a significantly higher prediction performance by employing the 3 well-studied anticancer peptide datasets.
MSC:
92D20 Protein sequences, DNA sequences
92-08 Computational methods for problems pertaining to biology
91A80 Applications of game theory
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