Transmembrane Helices Prediction Using Conditional Random Fields
To predict the transmembrane (alpha) helices in proteins, you would have to store the proteins primary sequences into a plain text file, and upload it onto this server.
Please make sure your uploaded file is in plain text format (.txt). The "protein ID line" should begin with "#", you can add you comments in this line. Below this line should be the corresponding protein primary sequence. Every amino acid in the sequence has to be represented by 1-Letter. The following is an example (two sequences):
Or you can have a look at the sample primary sequences file, which is downloaded from the TMH Benchmark server.
The server uses "1" to denote Helix Segments, and "0" to denote Non-helix Segments. The following is an example (two sequences):
To start prediction, upload your primary sequences (plain text file) onto the server:
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