COMPASS server for remote homology inference

What you can do:
Construct local alignments and detect homology based on the comparison of multiple sequence alignments
  • COMPASS is a profile-based method for the detection of remote sequence similarity and the prediction of protein structure.
  • The server features three major developments: (i) improved statistical accuracy; (ii) increased speed from parallel implementation; and (iii) new functional features facilitating structure prediction.
  • These features include visualization tools that allow the user to quickly and effectively analyze specific local structural region predictions suggested by COMPASS alignments.
  • sequence alignment
  • sequence homology
  • MSA
  • Multiple sequence alignment
  • protein structure-functional prediction
This record last updated: 09-10-2009
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