If you use these tools please cite the articles for the tool(s) you used and the DRSASP review
MacGowan et al. The Dundee Resource for Sequence Analysis and Structure Prediction
Protein Science, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1002/pro.3783
The Dundee Resource for Sequence Analysis and Structure Prediction (DRSASP) is a collection of public web services hosted by the Barton Group. DRSASP's flagship services are the JPred4 webserver for secondary structure and solvent accessibility prediction and the JABAWS 2.2 webserver for multiple sequence alignment, disorder prediction, amino acid conservation calculations and specificity‐determining site prediction. Other Barton Group tools within DRSASP are AACon, NoD, 14‐3‐3‐Pred, Xtal, Kinomer and AMAS.
The purpose of DRSASP is to gather tools that address a range of questions relevant to novel protein sequences. What is the structure of the protein? Is the protein disordered? Will the protein crystallize? Which amino acid residues are conserved across a set of homologues? What type of conservation is present (e.g., identity, hydrophobicity, charge)? Which residues are important for functional specificity? Where does the protein localize in the cell? Are any residues involved in protein–protein interactions?
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