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ExPASyExpert Protein Analysis System
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cerana Fox protein was predicted by an online tool termed Compute pI/Mw in the ExPASy website (http://web.expasy.org/ compute_pi/).
The important information was found from the physicochemical properties and secondary structural features of the protein by the ExPASy ProtParam and PSIPRED servers.
Bairoch, ExPASy: the proteomics server for in-depth protein knowledge and analysis, Nucleic Acids Res., 31, 3784 (2003).
Protein analyses of physicochemical properties were performed using ProtParam and ProtScal program of ExPASy tools.
The TlyA protein sequence was retrieved from the Leproma server and submitted to the Dense Alignment Surface (DAS) tool of the Expasy web server (http://www.expasy.org/ tools/) to get the trans-membrane domains of the protein.
were obtained from the UniProt Protein Database and the Expert Protein Analysis System (ExPASy) proteomics server.
Thereafter they were submitted to sequencing and analysis of the results was performed through the softwares Chromas Lite 2.1.1, Basic Local Alignment Search Tool (BLAST), and Expert Protein Analysis System (ExPASy).
La descripcion fisicoquimica para los peptidos inmunomoduladores de esta revision se apoyo en herramientas informaticas del servidor Expasy (http://www.expasy.org), como son ProtParam y SAPS (Gasteiger et al., 2005), para lo cual se contemplo la ocurrencia de frecuencia de parametros como el peso molecular (PM), numero de residuos con carga negativa, numero de residuos con carga positiva, promedio de hidropaticidad, punto isoelectrico teorico (pI) y vida media (VM) (Tabla II).
The molecular weight (MW) of the CP and MP viral proteins was calculated using resource at ExPASy. Sixty-five samples of peach canopies and rootstocks and Prunus species from the cultivar collection of Embrapa Clima Temperado (courtesy of B.
This step was followed by MALDI MS/MS sequencing, and the final protein identification was performed using Protein Pilot 3.0 software (Applied Biosystems) and the Mascot[R] Search Engine, searching against the rat species data base within the nonredundant National Center for Biotechnology Information database (NCBI nr) or the SwissProt database (ExPasy Bioinformatics Resource Portal 2013).
We translated the sequences using the online software Expasy Translate (http://web.expasy.org/translate/); alignment with BLASTP (Altschul et al., 1990) conformed to a fish mitochondrial COI gene frame.