Sulfinator -- tyrosine sulfation sites prediction tool

What you can do:
Predict the presence of tyrosine sulfation sites in protein sequences
  • The Sulfinator is a software tool that can be used to predict tyrosine sulfation sites in protein sequences with an overall accuracy of 98%.
  • Four different Hidden Markov Models were constructed, each of them specialized to recognize sulfated tyrosine residues depending on their location within the sequence: near the N-terminus, near the C-terminus, in the center of a window with a size of at least 25 amino acids, as well as in windows containing several tyrosine residues.
  • tyrosine sulfation
  • tyrosine sulfation sites
  • tyrosine sulfation site predictions
  • sulfation
  • protein modifications
  • protein modification sites
  • post-translational modification
This record last updated: 05-25-2005
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