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GRIFFIN (G-protein-Receptor Interacting Feature Finding INstrument) uses a support vector machine and hidden markov model to predict G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs) and G-protein coupling selectivity.
The GUIDANCE web server assesses alignment confidence scores for the identification of unreliable alignment regions. Users input a set of unaligned sequences; output is a graphic visualization of the alignment with confidence scores at each residue.
Based on the comparison of profile HMMs, HHpred takes a protein sequence or multiple sequence alignment as input and searches for remote homologues in an assortment of databases such as PDB, SMART and Pfam. The user can select either a local or global alignment method, and the search results can be used to generate 3D structural models.
HMMER Web Server is a tool for interactive sequence similarity searching. Methods are available for single protein sequence, multiple protein sequence alignment or profile HMM against a target sequence databases, and for searching a protein sequence against Pfam.
Extensive server possessing a wide range of tools for pattern discovery in DNA and protein sequences as well as in text. Tools for multiple sequence alignment, gene discovery, protein annotation, and other applications also exist on this server. A detailed help page is provided for all tools.
The INTREPID web server predicts functionally important residues in proteins such as catalytic residues. Users input protein sequence. Residues predicted to be functionally important are displayed on homologous 3D structures if available.
most tweeted linkeTBLASThttp://etest.vbi.vt.edu/etblast3/eTBLAST is a textual similarity search engine. This server can parse and summarize the results of an abstract similarity search to find appropriate journals for publication, authors with expertise in…