Computational Prediction of Ubiquitylation sites in Eukaryotic Proteins
  Predict Ubiquitylation Site Last update: Jan 1 2013  
Users can submit one or multiple protein ID (UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot accession number) or sequences(FASTA format) to the system and select which type of models (H. sapiens, M. musculus , S. cerevisiae or Combined) need to be predicted. The system efficiently returns the predictions, including protein name, the position of site, flanking amino acids and SVM probability. A higher SVM probability indicates a higher probability of the ubiquitylation of the lysine site. To control the false-positive predictions, we suggested users pay more attention to the lysine sites with stringency setting higher than 70%.
 
Accession:
Input comma-separated accessions.
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Sequence: 
Input protein sequence(s) in FASTA format.
 
Modification species:
Stringency setting:
Specificity: %
 
 
 
Publication:
Xiang Chen, Jianding Qiu*, Shaoping Shi, Shengbao Suo, Shuyun Huang, Ruping Liang. Incorporating key positions and amino acids features to identify general and species-specific ubiquitin conjugation sites, Bioinformatics, 2013, 29 (13): 1614-1622.
 
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