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SVMtm Transmembrane Domain Predictor

Yuan Z, Mattick JS, Teasdale RD.
SVMtm: Support vector machines to predict transmembrane segments.
J Comput Chem. 2004; 25(5): 632-636. [ PDF ]

Submit multi-sequence FASTA text file and run the batch predictor:

Input file must be in FASTA plain text format. Input file size limit is 10KB.


Please select your preferred format for output. Default is HTML.

TEXT ascii output multi-line per sequence
TEXT ascii output one-line per sequence
HTML output

The following score threshold is used for discrimination between transmembrane proteins and soluble proteins. The predictor accepts values greater than 0.0

Score Threshold (default = 9.50):  

   

Predictor updated

The SVMtm Predictor has been tested to work with multiple protein sequences uploaded in plain text FASTA fromat. Be aware that the process is quite time-consuming. To use the graphic version, please paste single sequence data in the text area.

Documentation

Click HERE to find out more about the SVMtm predictor.

Notice for Mac users

To run the predictor, sequences should be best submitted in FASTA plain text (ASCII) format.

Return to ccb home

Click HERE to return to the ccb main page.

Submit single sequence and run the predictor (graphic version):

Following is a sample sequence:

>VMT2_IAUDO   
MSLLTEVETP IRNEWGCRCN DSSDPLVVAA SIIGILHLIL WILDRLFFKC IYRFFEHGLK RGPSTEGVPE SMREEYRKEQ QSAVDADDSH FVSIELE


The following score threshold is used for discrimination between transmembrane proteins and soluble proteins. The predictor accepts values greater than 0.0

Score Threshold (default = 9.50):  

   

Further contact:

Dr. Zheng Yuan (z.yuan@imb.uq.edu.au)
Dr. Rohan Teasdale (r.teasdale@imb.uq.edu.au)

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Last updated: 16-May-2006