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ISOGlyP specifications


Unique identifier OMICS_19841
Name ISOGlyP
Alternative names Isoform Specific O-Glycosylation Prediction, OGPET (O-Glycosylation Prediction Electronic Tool)
Interface Web user interface
Restrictions to use None
Input data A single or multiple sequences.
Input format FASTA
Computer skills Basic
Stability Stable
Maintained Yes


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ISOGlyP citation


Association of CTH variant with sinusoidal obstruction syndrome in children receiving intravenous busulfan and cyclophosphamide before hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

Pharmacogenomics J
PMCID: 5817388
PMID: 27779248
DOI: 10.1038/tpj.2016.65

[…] ttranslational modification sites, namely, O-GalNAc (mucin type) glycosylation and serine-dependent phosphorylation. Further exploration of these two posttranslational modifications using GlycoEP and IsoGlyp revealed no evidence for differences in the glycocylation sites. On the other hand, for phosphorylation using DisPhos it is suggested that Ser403 can be phosphorylated and this is lost with Il […]

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ISOGlyP funding source(s)
Supported in part by NIH Grants #5G12RR008124 from the National Center for Research Resources (NCRR)/NIH, 1R01AI070655, NCI-CA78834, and NSF-DUE0926721.

ISOGlyP review

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Warren Wakarchuk

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IsoGlyP is a very useful tool for the prediction of O-glycan sequons. We have been using it to design sites of O-Glycosylation on human proteins which are tailored to specific ppGalNAcT enzymes, and it works well. Our first publication using this approach is being submitted soon.