The service provides a profile of a submitted protein sequence, describing its characteristics in relation to a list of properties established for known structures. Characteristics described include hydrophilicity/hydropathy, flexibility, antigenicity according to two measures, accessibility, and transmembranous helices. The profiles generated predict the behavior o be expected of the sample genetic structure.
API methods support submission of a protein structure detected in research results. The API returns measures of key physical and chemical properties known to be associated with such structures to form a profile of the sample.
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