Proteax - protein comparison and naming
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This web page demonstrates the use of DerNot expressions in Proteax®. DerNot expressions can be applied to existing proteins to create new protein derivatives or be calculated to express the difference between two protein entries (naming the derivative).
|Calculated DerNot expression||DerNot expression applied|
|Reference protein||Query protein (aligned to ref.)|
|1.28 milliseconds spent in Proteax code.||17.6 milliseconds spent processing HTML.|
This page is for demonstration purposes only - to use Proteax on a regular basis you will need to obtain a license.
Regardless of what you enter in the query field Proteax will do a full round-trip calculation:
- When you enter a protein entry in the query field the "Go" button will calculate the DerNot expression that describes the difference between the query protein and the reference protein.
- The calculated DerNot expression will then be applied to the reference protein, resulting in a calculated derivative.
- When a DerNot expression is entered in the query field the "Go" button will calculate a protein derivative by applying the DerNot expression to the reference protein entry.
- The calculated derivative will then be compared with the reference protein and result in a calculated DerNot expression.