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anyone good at interpreting proteomics results. i.e. determine a.a. sequence,
determine alpha helix or b-sheet? I search for a primary sequence of a protein, I have the positions and scores, but don't understand how to read it. help, it's a project.
Re: anyone good at interpreting proteomics results. i.e. determine a.a. sequence,
Have you tried MASCOT?
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Most of the Protein/Peptide Info you seek is usually summarized in the results with citations to reference articles included.
Here's the Results Interpretation Help page from the same website--> [Only registered users see links. ]
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