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Cleavage site detection software tools | Protein sequence data analysis

About 15% of all proteins in a genome contain a signal peptide (SP) sequence, at the N-terminus, that targets the protein to intracellular secretory pathways. Once the protein is targeted correctly in the cell, the SP is cleaved, releasing the mature protein. Accurate prediction of the presence of these short amino-acid SP chains is crucial for modelling the topology of membrane proteins, since SP sequences can be confused with transmembrane domains due to similar composition of hydrophobic amino acids.

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(Kazemian et al., 2014) Signal peptide discrimination and cleavage site identification using SVM and NN. Comput Biol Med.

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