This site is a fork of the original NPS@ server
November 27th, 2023: NPS@ updated (see NEWS).
Analyse one sequence
When you see the NPSA link in a result page, it allows you to work with a sequence and apply NPS@ methods on it.
You can :
When the sequence comes from a database of protein sequences with known 3-D structures (PDB), more links are available :
- to look at PDB entry at PDBe, PDBj, and RCSB.
- to download PDB file at NPS@ in ENT format, and at wwPDB in mmCIF and XML formats.
- to access PDBSum.
- to deduce the secondary structure from 3-D structure by means of DSSP, P-SEA and STRIDE programs.
- to search 3-D-based protein classification at : CATH and SCOP database.
- to compare 3-D coordinates by means of : DALI.
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