Comprehensive evaluation of CAZyme prediction tools in fungal and bacterial species

Emma Hobbs, Tracey Gloster, Sean Chapman, Leighton Pritchard

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Abstract

Carbohydrate Active enZymes (CAZymes) are pivotal in pathogen recognition,
signalling, structure and energy metabolism. CAZy is the most comprehensive
CAZyme database, cataloguing CAZymes into sequence-based CAZy families.
The CAZyme prediction tools dbCAN [2], CUPP and eCAMI annotate
CAZymes with CAZy families. However, these tools have not been independently
evaluated on a common high-quality dataset. Additionally, previous evaluations
did not evaluate the binary classification of CAZymes/non-CAZymes, and the
multilabel classification of CAZymes to multiple CAZy families.
Original languageEnglish
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 4 Apr 2021
EventMicrobiology Society Annual Conference 2021 - Online
Duration: 26 Apr 202130 Apr 2021
https://microbiologysociety.org/event/annual-conference/annual-conference-online-2021.html

Conference

ConferenceMicrobiology Society Annual Conference 2021
Period26/04/2130/04/21
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Keywords

  • pyrewton
  • dbCAN
  • CUPP
  • eCAMI
  • CAZymes detection
  • CAZymes
  • CAZy
  • PhD Supervision

    Tracey Gloster (Advisor), Leighton Pritchard (Advisor), Sean Chapman (Advisor) & Emma Hobbs (Recipient)

    1 Sep 20191 Sep 2023

    Activity: Other activity typesOther

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