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Chloroplast protein sequence detection software tools

Chloroplast protein sequence detection software tools Large-scale detection of chloroplast proteins can be attempted only in silico. However, computational prediction of cTPs is hampered by the fact that N-terminal transit peptides are also used for targeting proteins to the mitochondrion (by mitochondrial transit peptides, mTPs) or to the secretory pathway (by secretory pathway signal peptides, SPs). In addition, cTPs are highly divergent in length, composition and organization. Furthermore, their secondary structure is not well characterized, and the degree of sequence conservation observed around the site cleaved by the stromal processing peptidase is quite low.
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