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Deep supervised and convolutional generative stochastic network for protein secondary structure prediction

Author(s): Zhou, J; Troyanskaya, Olga G

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Abstract: Predicting protein secondary structure is a fundamental problem in protein structure predic-tion. Here we present a new supervised generative stochastic network (GSN) based method to predict local secondary structure with deep hierarchical representations. GSN is a recently proposed deep learning technique (Bengio & Thibodeau-Laufer, 2013) to globally train deep generative model. We present the supervised extension of GSN, which learns a Markov chain to sample from a conditional distribution, and applied it to protein structure prediction. To scale the model to full-sized, high-dimensional data, like protein sequences with hundreds of amino- Acids, we introduce a convolutional architecture, which allows efficient learning across multiple layers of hierarchical representations. Our architecture uniquely focuses on predicting structured low-level labels informed with both low and high-level representations learned by the model. In our application this corresponds to labeling the secondary structure state of each amino-acid residue. We trained and tested the model on separate sets of non-homologous proteins sharing less than 30% sequence identity. Our model achieves 66.4% Q8 accuracy on the CB513 dataset, better than the previously reported best performance 64.9% (Wang et al., 2011) for this challenging secondary structure prediction problem.
Publication Date: 2014
Electronic Publication Date: 2014
Citation: Zhou, J, Troyanskaya, OG. (2014). Deep supervised and convolutional generative stochastic network for protein secondary structure prediction. 2 (1121 - 1129
Pages: 1121 - 1129
Type of Material: Conference Article
Journal/Proceeding Title: 31st International Conference on Machine Learning, ICML 2014
Version: Author's manuscript



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