Predict protein structure and function based on protein sequence.
Conduct protein sequence and structure analysis using a suite of software tools.
Compute commonly-used structural and physicochemical features of proteins and peptides from amino acid sequence.
An accurate protein domain prediction server.
Access to sequence databanks and to many tools of nucleic acid and protein sequence analyses.
Predict conformational epitopes for protein antigens.
Predict protein disulfide bonds in protein sequences.
Search for the experimental data produced from many collaborations typically studying Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
Construct alignments for multiple protein sequences and/or structures using information from sequence database searches, secondary structure prediction, available homologs with 3D structures and user-defined constraints.
Analyze and predict protein structures using a number of state-of-the-art protein structure prediction servers.
Evaluate the accuracy of automated protein structure prediction methods.
Supports comprehensive protein structure prediction and structure-based annotation.
Determine protein function for a DNA sequence or find genomic sequence corresponding to a gene.
Fully automate protein structure prediction.
Provides improved automated tools for protein structure prediction and analysis using consensus.
Automate protein structure prediction and analysis.
Locate protein structure prediction servers through this portal site.
Predict protein tertiary structure, functional signatures, and resistance/susceptibility of protein mutants using de novo prediction and template modeling methods.
Predict protein structures use this gateway, which combines the useful features of other meta-servers available, but with much greater flexibility of the input.
Use to predict 3D protein structure.
Conduct automated quantitative protein structure evaluation.
Predict protein structures based on consensus sequences.
Compare structural and functional annotations of proteins between sequenced genomes.
Use computationally generated hypothetical protein sequences to improve protein structure prediction.
Conduct various analysis to protein sequences use a suite of software tools.
Perform multiple protein sequence alignment and integrate information from database homology searches to generate a homology-extended multiple alignment.
Generate multiple sequence alignments adorned with secondary structure elements in high quality PostScript graph.
I-TASSER (Iterative Threading ASSEmbly Refinement) is an internet service for protein structure and function predictions.
Predict membrane proteins structures and topology.
Locate commonly predicted protein property information.
Identify non-canonical interactions in protein structures.
A secondary structure prediction server powered by the Jnet algorithm.
Perform automated protein secondary structure assignment from PDB structures.
Predict protein tertiary structure and structural features using a suite of tools.
Detect homology and predict structures among distantly related proteins.
Predict novel protein folding using a Web-based tool.
Analyze molecular docking of proteins.
Predict the 3D structure of an amino acid sequence.
Use sequence homology analyses to predict protein structures and functions.
Conduct comparative protein structure modeling and analysis.
Identify globular domains in protein sequences.
Construct local alignments and detect homology based on the comparison of multiple sequence alignments
Discover unstructured or disordered regions within proteins.
Predict the transmembrane strands and the topology of xdf-barrel outer membrane proteins of Gram-negative bacteria.
Conduct automated comparative modeling of three-dimensional (3D) protein structures.
Use multiple tools to predict transmembrane protein helices.
Continuously and automatically analyze protein inter-residue contact prediction servers in real time.
Use to predict peptide structures from amino acid sequences.
Predict and annotate transmembrane protein sequences.
Predict the transmembrane (TM) helix number and TM topology of a user-supplied eukaryotic protein.
Predict transmembrane helices in proteins.
Find information about protein-protein residue contacts.
Find information about human protein structures.
Use this tool to predict protein structures.
Find information about the quality of protein models.
Discriminate outer membrane proteins and predict their membrane spanning xdf-strand segments.
Perform secondary structure predictions on protein sequences.
Conduct genome wide functional and structural analysis.
Analyze and compare protein structures using a list of tools.
Conduct complex protein analyses and simplify the automation of repetitive tasks using a set of integrated protein analysis tools.
Predict whether or not a polypeptide sequence from a Gram-negative bacterium is an integral xdf-barrel outer membrane protein.
Predict the super-secondary structure of Transmembrane beta-barrel (TMB).
Find the coiled-coil regions in an amino acid sequence.
Find information about 3D protein structure from a ligand perspective.
Predict a super secondary structural motif, xdf-hairpins, in a protein sequence.
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