Help with peptide motifs of HLA Classes

Ken Frauwirth BioKen frauwirt at bacillus.Berkeley.EDU
Mon May 6 12:57:49 EST 1996


In article <gheavner.64.4B1011DB at voicenet.com>,
George A. Heavner <gheavner at voicenet.com> wrote:
>I am interested in scanning several protein sequences to determine if they 
>contain known peptide motifs recognized by different HLA molecules.  Can 
>anyone tell me if there are programs available that can do this and is there a 
>database of identified peptide motifs?  PC-based programs are preferred but 
>I have Mac or Unix machines as well.
>
>I appreciate any assistance that you can provide.
>
>George A. Heavner
>


I believe that Intelligenetics and GCG both have programs that can do pattern
searches in sequences.  We use the GCG program in the lab, but it is part of 
a much bigger analysis program loaded on the departmental server (UNIX-
based).

If you want a database of peptides and motifs, check out the WEHI gopher 
site.  If you have Web access, you can go to:

gopher://wehi1.wehi.edu.au:70/77/MHCPEP.DB/.index/index

Otherwise, you should be able to simply gopher to wehi.edu.au and maneuver
through the menus.

BioKen
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