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Categories: proteomics, (protein sequences and identification) - Software type(s): website - tool
Cleave a protein sequence with a chosen enzyme/protease, and computes the masses of the generated peptides. The tool also returns theoretical isoelectric point and mass values for the protein of interest. If desired, PeptideMass can return the mass of peptides known to carry post-translational modifications, and can highlight peptides whose masses may be affected by database conflicts, polymorphisms or splice variants.
Categories: proteomics, (protein sequences and identification) - Software type(s): website - database
SwissVar is a portal to search variants (polymorphism) in UniProt Knowledgebase (UniProtKB) entries, and gives direct access to manual annotation on the genotype-phenotype relationship of each specific variant based on literature, as well as pre-computed information (such as conservation scores and a list of structural features when available) to help assess the effect of the variant.
Categories: proteomics, (protein sequences and identification, protein characterisation and function, similarity search/alignment) - Software type(s): website - database
The UniProt Knowledgebase (UniProtKB) is the central hub for the collection of functional information on proteins with accurate, consistent and rich annotation. It consists of: UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot (manually-annotated records and curator-evaluated computational analysis) and UniProtKB/TrEMBL (computationally analyzed records awaiting manual annotation).
Categories: proteomics, (protein sequences and identification, protein characterisation and function, post-translational modification, protein-protein interaction) - Software type(s): website - database
UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot is the manually annotated component of UniProtKB. It contains manually-annotated (reviewed) records with information extracted from the literature and curator-evaluated computational analysis.