World Journal of
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Auwalu Muttaka*, Abdul-Hamid Abubakar Zubair, Sani S. Usman, Kaushik Vicas


Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) is a ssRNA infectious microbe that affects and kills millions of people worldwide annually However, various part of the virus that can be recognized processed and dealt with by immune system, such as B-cells, T-cells or microphages are known as epitopes or antigenic determinants. Knowledge of these epitopes is invaluable for the research and development, of vaccine and drug design, that will eradicate and diminish this life threaten virus. There is an exponential increase in the expression of these epitopes regularly which make them difficult to be handled. To rectify and deal with this problem, a new computational method was developed to analyze such kind of large data with the help of support vector machine (SVM). This analytical method consists of training, testing, classifying and validation of both T-cell epitopes and non T-cell epitopes of hepatitis C virus (HCV). To improve the performance of this method, the data were divided into (70% and 30%), (80% and 20%) and (90% and 10%) of train and test respectively using non-epitopes as control. The accuracy of class of data with amino acids feature (polarity, acidity, alkalinity, aliphaticity, etc) and without amino acids features were noted. The result was obtained by taking the average of the %accuracy which indicates high performance and potentiality of this method.

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