Sequence Features

This section includes links to tools which can predict primary sequence features for the residues of a protein.

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AnalyCysDatabase Content

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AnalyCys is database for the analysis of conservation and conformation of disulphide bonds in SCOP structural families. This database has a wide range of applications including mapping of disulphide bond mutation patterns, identification of cysteine residues and disulphide bonds important for folding and stabilization, modeling of protein structures and in protein engineering.

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Bioinformatics ToolkitTool Content

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This Toolkit is a collection of a wide range of tools and links for sequence analysis, function, and structure prediction. This resource offers convienent web interfaces for many freely available tools.

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CCRXPTool Content

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A tool for the detection of conserved residue clusters from an input PDB file. Structural properties of each residue, such as solvent accessibility (ASA), secondary structure, conservation score etc. and the conserved residue clusters are also computed.

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CLIPTool Content

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CLIP web server detects selection in immunoglobulin sequences. Web server features include V(D)J germline segment identification with IMGT-alignment, batch submission of sequences and integration of test statistics.

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ConSeqTool Content

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ConSeq is a tool for predicting functionally and structurally important amino acid residues in protein sequences. The predictions are based on the assumptions that residues of functional importance are often conserved and solvent-accessible, and those of structural importance are often conserved and located in the protein core. A multiple sequence alignment is used to predict the relative solvent accessibility state and the evolutionary rate at each residue. ConSeq has been integrated into ConSurf (2010).

DiANNATool Content

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DiANNA (DiAminoacid Neural Network Application) a tool that predicts cysteine states of a protein. It can predict whether a particular cysteine is reduced, is forming a disulfide bond, or is bound to a metallic ligand.

DOMAINATIONTool Content

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DOMAINATION is a method to identify domains in a protein sequence from similarity searches using PSI-BLAST. The identified domains are used in individual PSI-BLAST searches to improve detection of distant homologous sequences.

DR.BindTool Content

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DR.Bind webserver predicts the DNA-binding residues from the protein sequence or 3D structure.

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