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Serine Proteases




Introduction - Overview


Sequence Index

What's new



5 clans- 30 families - 700 sequences

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Sequence Analyzer

Bugs & Stats



Make sequence sets - Align sequences - Analyze amino acid occurence




Display amino acid occurence and filter specific positions through evolutionary trees




Mutation catalog - Analyze position entropy - Correlate mutation effect and function

Structure Index



Select structures from sorted lists- Display imported PDB files in Chime or Rasmol

Structure Analyzer



Analyze structural features - Compare structures - Make scripts and display in Chime or Rasmol

Ligand Catalog & Analyzer



Catalogs of natural and synthetic substrates and inhibitors for selected proteases




Track correlation of functions with sequences, structures or trees




Help - References


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Thierry Rose, PhD and Enrico Di Cera, MD
Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biophysics
Washington University School of Medicine
Saint Louis, MO, U.S.A.


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