Looking for kinase site recognition software

T. Chyau Liang tliang at utmmg.med.uth.tmc.edu
Fri Mar 15 10:49:41 EST 1996


In article <obrien-1403961709490001 at brass2.med.upenn.edu>,
obrien at pharm.med.upenn.edu (PJO`B) wrote:

> Does anyone know of a site on the web or a commercially available software
> package that helps one identify potential  kinase sites in a protein
> sequence?
> 
> Thanks
> Peter
> 
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Try the following sites:

Pedros's BioMolecular Research Tools-

   http://www.public.iastate.edu/~pedro/research_tools.html
   then go to part I:  http://www.public.iastate.edu/~pedro/rt_1.html

Baylor Search Launcher

   http://kiwi.imgen.bcm.tmc.edu:8088/search-launcher/launcher.html

Use the PROSITE search. You will get all the consensus sequence analysis
including known kinase sequences.

Good luck.

T. Chyau Liang, Ph.D.
U. Texas-Houston




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