Transmembrane helix prediction

Manuel .G CLAROS claros at biologie.ens.fr
Sun May 14 11:00:06 EST 1995


In Article <tang.799971757 at tgevax.life.uiuc.edu>, tang at tgevax.life.uiuc.edu
(Who Knows) wrote:

>Is there a good software which can accurately predict not only the location
>but also the length of a transmembrane helix? Any info are appreciated.

Try TopPred II. You can find it at the EMBL server.

Usually transmembrane helices have 20-22 residues. The length is not 
a really problem.

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