This collection of three services -- GORI, GORIII, and GORIV -- provide predictions of secondary protein sequences using methods based on the information theory of Garnier, Osguthorpe, and Robson. It evaluates checks for 17 residues to determine scores for four possible conformation states, with correction for known decision constants. The highest score is taken to indicate the protein conformation.
API methods support submission of a protein sequence from experimental data. The API returns predictions of secondary sequences associated with the input data based on estimates of conformational states.
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