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FAIR: A server for internal sequence repeats.

Senthilkumar R, Sabarinathan R, Hameed BS, Banerjee N, Chidambarathanu N, Karthik R, Sekar K - Bioinformation (2010)

Bottom Line: An Internet computing server has been developed to identify all the occurrences of the internal sequence repeats in a protein and DNA sequences.Further, an option is provided for the users to check the occurrence(s) of the resultant sequence repeats in the other sequence and structure (Protein Data Bank) databases.The databases deployed in the proposed computing engine are up-to-date and thus the users will get the latest information available in the respective databases.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Bioinformatics Centre, Centre of Excellence in Structural Biology and Bio-computing, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India.

ABSTRACT

Unlabelled: An Internet computing server has been developed to identify all the occurrences of the internal sequence repeats in a protein and DNA sequences. Further, an option is provided for the users to check the occurrence(s) of the resultant sequence repeats in the other sequence and structure (Protein Data Bank) databases. The databases deployed in the proposed computing engine are up-to-date and thus the users will get the latest information available in the respective databases. The server is freely accessible over the World Wide Web (WWW).

Availability: http://bioserver1.physics.iisc.ernet.in/fair/

No MeSH data available.


Similar sequence repeats obtained in the protein Hexokinase1 (1CZA).
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Figure 3: Similar sequence repeats obtained in the protein Hexokinase1 (1CZA).

Mentions: The given input sequence is taken from the protein Hexokinase1[Homo sapiens], PDB Id: 1CZA [17]. The protein consists of 917amino-acid residues and for a minimum number of residues as ten theoutput obtained is shown in Figure 3. Hexokinase I, a protein found inall mammalian tissues plays an important role as a “house keepingenzyme”. Further, insights into the occurrence of such structurallysimilar repeats would enhance the understanding on the threedimensionalstructure of Hexokinase I.


FAIR: A server for internal sequence repeats.

Senthilkumar R, Sabarinathan R, Hameed BS, Banerjee N, Chidambarathanu N, Karthik R, Sekar K - Bioinformation (2010)

Similar sequence repeats obtained in the protein Hexokinase1 (1CZA).
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

Show All Figures
getmorefigures.php?uid=PMC2957760&req=5

Figure 3: Similar sequence repeats obtained in the protein Hexokinase1 (1CZA).
Mentions: The given input sequence is taken from the protein Hexokinase1[Homo sapiens], PDB Id: 1CZA [17]. The protein consists of 917amino-acid residues and for a minimum number of residues as ten theoutput obtained is shown in Figure 3. Hexokinase I, a protein found inall mammalian tissues plays an important role as a “house keepingenzyme”. Further, insights into the occurrence of such structurallysimilar repeats would enhance the understanding on the threedimensionalstructure of Hexokinase I.

Bottom Line: An Internet computing server has been developed to identify all the occurrences of the internal sequence repeats in a protein and DNA sequences.Further, an option is provided for the users to check the occurrence(s) of the resultant sequence repeats in the other sequence and structure (Protein Data Bank) databases.The databases deployed in the proposed computing engine are up-to-date and thus the users will get the latest information available in the respective databases.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Bioinformatics Centre, Centre of Excellence in Structural Biology and Bio-computing, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore 560 012, India.

ABSTRACT

Unlabelled: An Internet computing server has been developed to identify all the occurrences of the internal sequence repeats in a protein and DNA sequences. Further, an option is provided for the users to check the occurrence(s) of the resultant sequence repeats in the other sequence and structure (Protein Data Bank) databases. The databases deployed in the proposed computing engine are up-to-date and thus the users will get the latest information available in the respective databases. The server is freely accessible over the World Wide Web (WWW).

Availability: http://bioserver1.physics.iisc.ernet.in/fair/

No MeSH data available.