Signal sequence cleavage

"Rainer Fuchs ", EMBL Data Library Rainer.Fuchs%EMBL at PUCC.PRINCETON.EDU
Sun Apr 14 11:20:00 EST 1991


> I would like to have any sort of information regarding any software or
> programs to identify the signal peptide cleavage sites in a sequence.
> Thank you in advance for your replies.

I'm sure I've seen the same question before and have answered it, but here we
go again: There is a program called SigSeq available, incl. C source code,
which does the job. It's tested under DOS and UNIX, but I guess it will also
run on other machines. You may get a copy by sending the command GET
DOS_SOFTWARE:SIGSEQ.UUE or GET UNIX_SOFTWARE.UUE in a normal mail message to
NetServ at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE. The program is probably also available by
anonymous ftp from menudo.uh.edu or iubio.bio.indiana.edu. For VAXes there is
a similar program available as part of the GCGEMBL package, which can be
obtained from EMBL by sending GET VAX_SOFTWARE:GCGEMBL.UAA to the address
mentioned above.

Regards

Rainer Fuchs
EMBL Data Library
Fuchs at EMBL-Heidelberg.DE



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