By H. Cabannes, M. Holt, V. V. Rusanov

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34 1. Amino acid composition (AA): This basic feature enables us to capture the global information of a TM helix. Each residue of a peptide is represented by a vector of length of 20 which is indicated by 1 in the position corresponding to the amino acid type of the residue, and 0 otherwise. 2. Di-peptide composition (DP): We consider the coupling effect of two adjacent residues that contain global information along the sequence. This feature is represented by the pair-residue occurrence probability, P(X,Y) where (X,Y) is an ordered pair of amino acids of X followed by Y.

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