Predikin -- predict substrates of protein kinases

What you can do:
Prediction of protein kinase peptide specificity using structural information.
  • The Predikin system is built from three components: a database of protein kinase substrates that links phosphorylation sites with specific protein kinase sequences; a perl module to analyse query protein kinases and a web interface through which users can submit protein kinases for analysis.
  • The Predikin perl module provides methods to (i) locate protein kinase catalytic domains in a sequence, (ii) classify them by type or family, (iii) identify substrate-determining residues, (iv) generate weighted scoring matrices using three different methods, (v) extract putative phosphorylation sites in query substrate sequences and (vi) score phosphorylation sites for a given kinase, using optional filters.
  • The web interface provides user-friendly access to each of these functions and allows users to obtain rapidly a set of predictions that they can export for further analysis.
  • protein kinase peptide
  • kinase
  • protein kinase sequence
  • protein kinase
This record last updated: 07-25-2008
Report a missing or misdirected URL.

The Health Sciences Library System supports the Health Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh.

© 1996 - 2023 Health Sciences Library System, University of Pittsburgh. All rights reserved.