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Display of alignment and predictions
|ACTION||HTML version of results|
The display of PredictProtein in HTML (viewable for your WWW browser, e.g. Netscape) is an option you can select when submitting your request. At this point, we do NOT offer a conversion of PP results to HTML, rather we suggest you resubmit your request with the appropriate choices.|
Note: PP results in HTML can become very large, you may want to check the box 'Results on FTP site, NOT in email' to not let your email overflow.
|ACTION||Postscript, TIF, or GIF images of results|
|Authors||Patrice Gouet and Emmanuel Courcelle|
P Gouet, E Courcelle, D I Stuart & F Metoz: ESPript: multiple sequence alignments in PostScript. Bioinformatics, 15, 305-308, 1999.
ESPript converts the PredictProtein results (and other alignments) into fancy images. |
To use the tool, you have to do the following:
|Go to ESPript||
local mirror in New York:
original ESPript site in Toulouse: http://www-pgm1.ipbs.fr:8080/ESPript/
Display of PHD results
|ACTION||Map PHD predictions onto similar structures (if found)|
|Authors||Alexey Murzin, Bartlett Ailey, Steven Brenner, Tim Hubbard, Cyrus Chothia, (contact: email@example.com)|
If you suspect that a protein of known structure is similar to the protein you submitted to PredictProtein, then you can map the PHD prediction onto that structure. Simply take the PHD prediction out of the results and paste it into the appropriate box.|
Note: this is for experts, only. You must have a reasonable first guess about a similar protein structure, and must locate that structure in scop.
|Go to scop||http://scop.mrc-lmb.cam.ac.uk/scop/|
General alignment display tool
|ACTION||Display and edit alignment (JAVA alignment viewer)|
Jalview is a JAVA alignment viewer, and editor.|
The program may crash once in a while, but its features are purely outstanding!
|Go to Jalview||http://circinus.ebi.ac.uk:6543/jalview/|
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