finding trans-membrane domains of proteins

Mike Mitchell mike at bison.lif.icnet.uk
Wed Apr 20 06:04:55 EST 1994

In article <CoIv0z.J7K at ucdavis.edu>, jfhess at ucdavis.edu (john f hess phd)

> Howdy everyone, 
> This seems to be the place to ask this question. I am interested in
> programs that will analyze protein sequences and tell me where potential
> trans-membrane domains are. 
> I am currently using MacDNAsis on my mac and have GCG on a vax on main
> campus. If a shareware program is available at indiana or ? please let me
> know. Alternatively, I can check the rest of UCD for some other
> commercially available program that does what I want.
> John Hess, PhD                    Phone me 916 752 8420
> Dept of Human Anatomy             FAX me 916 752 8520
> University of Calif               Email me jfhess at ucdavis.edu
> Davis, CA                         or leave me alone, your choice.

You could try using MacPattern (by Rainer Fuchs), it has several analysis
tools one of which identifies potential t-m regions. It can be found on the
Indiana archive and from the EMBL fileserver by email.

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