Malonylation site detection software tools | Post-translational modification data analysis
Malonylation, a newly identified protein post-translational modification (PTM), has been proved to be evolutionarily conserved and is present in both eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells. However, its potential roles associated with human diseases remain largely unknown.
Aims to predict lysine-malonylation sites. SPRINT-MAl is a prediction model available as a web application that generates a predicted probability for each amino acid. This application only processes one protein sequence at a time. This method performs equally well for both mouse and human proteins but not for bacterial species, suggesting interesting similarities and differences in underlying physicochemical mechanisms of malonylation in different species.
Predicts malonyllysine sites from protein primary sequences. Mal-Lys is a predictor which incorporates residue sequence order information, position-specific amino acid propensity and physicochemical properties was proposed. It can be helpful for a better understanding of lysine malonylation and a useful tool to identify potential lysine malonylation sites in proteins for further experimental consideration.
Predicts malonylation for three species, MaloPred was developed by integrating various informative features and via an enhanced feature strategy. MaloPred is a malonylation site online prediction tool. It can be a powerful tool for the computational identification and characterization of protein malonylation on a large scale. MaloPred can provide more instructive guidance for further experimental investigation of protein malonylation.