Note: This is an archived page of an older version of PSORTb server. The newest version (v.3.0) can be found here.
Submit a Sequence to PSORTb version 2.0.4
With a measured
precision of 96%, PSORTb v.2.0 is the most precise bacterial localization prediction
available today.* Learn more about PSORTb
performance and compare it to other methods here.
You can currently submit one or more Gram-positive or
bacterial sequences in FASTA format (?). Copy and paste
FASTA-formatted sequences into the textbox below or
a file containing your sequences to upload from your
* Last updated April 1, 2005
|This is the most current version of the PSORTb program for bacterial protein subcellular localization prediction. PSORTb
v.2.0 now handles both Gram-positive and Gram-negative sequences.
Version 1.1.2 of PSORT-B is maintained here (but we strongly recommend using
version 3.0! ;-). If you are looking for a eukaryotic localization
predictor, please visit psort.org to access other resources.
PSORTb is maintained by the Brinkman
Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. If you
use PSORTb in your research, we would greatly appreciate if
you cited one of the following publications:
v.2.0: J.L. Gardy, M.R. Laird,
F. Chen, S. Rey, C.J. Walsh, M. Ester, and F.S.L. Brinkman
(2005) PSORTb v.2.0: expanded prediction of bacterial protein
subcellular localization and insights gained from comparative
proteome analysis, Bioinformatics
- PSORTb v.1.0:
Jennifer L. Gardy, Cory Spencer,
Ke Wang, Martin Ester, Gabor E. Tusnady,
Istvan Simon, Sujun Hua, Katalin deFays, Christophe Lambert,
Kenta Nakai and Fiona S.L. Brinkman (2003) PSORT-B: improving
protein subcellular localization prediction for Gram-negative
bacteria, Nucleic Acids Research
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