SCPS is an efficient, user-friendly, scalable and multi-platform implementation of a spectral clustering method for clustering homologous proteins. SCPS also implements connected component analysis and hierarchical clustering, integrates TribeMCL and interfaces with external tools such as Cytoscape and NCBI BLAST.
GlycoPP is a webserver for predicting potential N-and O-glycosites in prokaryotic protein sequence(s), where N-glycosite is an Asn residue and O-glycosite could be a serine or threonine residue having a glycan attached covalently and enzymatically at amide or hydroxyl group respectively.
TANGLE (Torsion ANGLE) predictor works by integrating multiple local sequence profiles in combination with global sequence features within a two-level SVR learning framework. Input features include evolutionary profiles in the form of position-specific scoring matrices (PSSMs), predicted secondary structure, solvent accessibility and native disorder information. Moreover, other global sequence information such as sequence length and sequence weight were also used as input to TANGLE.
TREMOLO-HCA (Traveling into REmote hoMOLOgy with HCA) is a tool for the analysis of distant relationships between protein sequences. It allows an easier interpretation of the PSI-BLAST results by adding information on the domain architecture (deduced from the CDD database) of proteins with which the query sequence is aligned, as well on the conservation of hydrophobic amino acids that may be critical for the fold. HCA plots of the aligned sequences can also be displayed, allowing their comparison at the 2D level.