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Categories: proteomics, (families, patterns and profiles) - Software type(s): website - tool
The 3of5 application aims at the analysis of protein sequences to find user-defined patterns, described via complex regular expressions-like terms, e.g. to search for a motif with 3 basic AAs in 5 positions.
keywords: regular expression
ELM
Categories: proteomics, (families, patterns and profiles) - Software type(s): website - tool
Eukaryotic Linear Motif resource for functional sites in proteins
Categories: proteomics, (families, patterns and profiles) - Software type(s): website - tool
PattInProt allows to scan a protein database of one or several sequences for one or several patterns written in PROSITE syntax. The tool allows to specify an allowed number of mismatches or a similarity threshold towards the pattern.
Categories: proteomics, (families, patterns and profiles) - Software type(s): website - tool
Search your query sequence for protein motifs, rapidly compare your query protein sequence against all patterns stored in the PROSITE pattern database and determine what the function of an uncharacterised protein is. This tool requires a protein sequence as input, but DNA/RNA may be translated into a protein sequence using transeq and then queried. Allows a graphical output.
Categories: proteomics, (families, patterns and profiles) - Software type(s): website - tool
An important problem in sequence analysis is to find patterns matching sets or subsets of sequences. This tool allows the user to discover patterns conserved in sets of unaligned protein sequences. The user can specify what kind of patterns should be searched for, and how many sequences should match a pattern to be reported. The patterns are reported using PROSITE syntax.
Categories: proteomics, (families, patterns and profiles) - Software type(s): website - tool
An important problem in sequence analysis is to find patterns matching sets or subsets of sequences.This tool allows the user to search for patterns conserved in sets of unaligned protein sequences. The user can specify what kind of patterns should be searched for, and how many sequences should match a pattern to be reported.