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NAR Web Server Collection entry number 9800


ConSeq is a tool for predicting functionally and structurally important amino acid residues in protein sequences. The predictions are based on the assumptions that residues of functional importance are often conserved and solvent-accessible, and those of structural importance are often conserved and located in the protein core. A multiple sequence alignment is used to predict the relative solvent accessibility state and the evolutionary rate at each residue. ConSeq has been integrated into ConSurf (2010).


Category: Protein
Category: Protein
Category: Protein
Subcategory: Sequence Features

PubMed Abstract

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