SITES is a computer program for the analysis of comparative DNA sequence data. Basic analyses include: data summaries by polymorphism class; polymorphism estimates within and between groups (species); estimates of migration, neutral model, and recombination parameters; and linkage disequilibrium analyses. SITES is primarily intended for data sets with multiple closely related sequences. It is especially useful when multiple sequences have been obtained from each of one or several closely related populations or species.
GPS-SNO is a novel software for the prediction of S-nitrosylation sites. The leave-one-out validation and 4-, 6-, 8-, 10-fold cross-validations were calculated to evaluate the prediction performance and system robustness. By comparison, the performance of GPS 3.0 algorithm was much better than several other approaches, with an accuracy of 75.70%, a sensitivity of 55.32% and a specificity of 80.11% under the low threshold.