Learn to use the PROSITE, a database that gathers domain, functional site and protein family information. You can scan protein sequences against the entries in the PROSITE database using ScanProsite. Use the PRATT tool to discover patterns in a group of unaligned sequences or us the MyDomains Image Creator to create custom domain graphics for displaying your data.
You will learn:
This tutorial is a part of the tutorial group Motifs and Domains. You might find the other tutorials in the group interesting:
Melina II: A Web-Based Tool for Promoter Analysis
MINT: Molecular Interaction Database
Gibbs Motif Sampler: A motif finder and analysis tool
MEME Suite Sequence Annotation Tools: MEME suite motif finding and annotating tools
MDscan: Motif Discovery scan for nucleotide and protein motifs
MEME Suite GLAM2 Algorithm: Part of a motif discovery tool that can detect conserved motifs in a set of DNA or protein sequences.
MEME Algorithm: Multiple Expectation Maximum for Motif Elicitation
MEME Suite Overview: Motif-based sequence analysis tools
MEME Suite TOMTOM and GOMO algorithms: Motif discovery tool that can detect conserved motifs in a set of DNA or protein sequences that you provide
SMART: Protein domain annotation and analysis of domain architectures
InterPro: A comprehensive protein signature resource
Proteins : Tools that are primarily used in the storage, retrieval, or exploration of amino acid based data. Some tools may also involve nucleotide sequence information.
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