FT - Study of Residue Periodicities in Sequences



Pasquier, C.M., Promponas, V.I., Varvayannis, N.J. and Hamodrakas, S.J.
Department of Cell Biology and Biophysics,
Faculty of Biology,
University of Athens
Greece

New feature in version 0.9.4

A button was added which allows to automatically run FT for the most frequent residues in the sequence.

New feature in version 0.9.3

Shortcut buttons which allows to execute FT for the following predefined groups of residues have been added:

a-helix
Execute the program for the group of residues A, V, L, I, F, W, D, E, Q, M, H, K
-sheet
Execute the program for the group of residues V, L, I, F, W, Y, T, C, Q, M
-turn
Execute the program for the group of residues G, P, D, N, S, C, K, W, Y, Q, T, R, E
Hydrophobic
Execute the program for the group of residues C, V, I, L, M, F, Y, W, A, P
Polar
Execute the program for the group of residues D, E, H, K, R, S, T, N, Q
Charged
Execute the program for the group of residues H, R, K, D, E
Charged+
Execute the program for the group of residues H, R, K
Charged-
Execute the program for the group of residues D, E
Aromatic
Execute the program for the group of residues H, F, W, Y
Aliphatic
Execute the program for the group of residues V, L, I, A

New feature in version 0.9.2

In the text area of the sequence specification (in the input form), you can now specify the URL of a sequence file. The program connects automatically to the specified address and read the sequence from the file. Try with the sequence of collagen (CA13_HUMAN) stored on our site at ' http://athina.biol.uoa.gr/FT/CA13_HUMAN.SEQ'.