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SWAMPNN: End-to-end protein structures alignment
Jeanne Trinquier · Samantha Petti · Shihao Feng · Johannes Soeding · Martin Steinegger · Sergey Ovchinnikov

Sat Dec 03 08:30 AM -- 08:45 AM (PST) @

With the recent breakthrough of highly accurate structure prediction methods, there has been a rapid growth of available protein structures. Efficient methods are needed to infer structural similarity within these datasets. We present an end-to-end alignment method, called SWAMPNN, that takes as input the 3D coordinates of a protein pair and outputs a structural alignment. We show that the model is able to recapitulate TM-align alignments while running faster and is more accurate than Foldseek on the alignment task while being comparable for classification.

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Jeanne Trinquier (LCQB)
Samantha Petti (Harvard University)
Shihao Feng (Shanghai Jiao Tong University)
Johannes Soeding (Max Planck Institute for Multidisciplinary Sciences)
Martin Steinegger (Seoul National University)
Sergey Ovchinnikov (Harvard University)

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