Webservers for Functional annotation of proteins

This page provides information on software developed at raghava group for protein functional annotation.

Name Description
AlgPred Prediction of allergenic proteins and mapping of IgE epitopes in antigens
ChemoPred A server to predict chemokines and their receptor
DAMpro Disease Associated Mutations in Proteins
DPROT SVM-based method for predicting of disordered proteins
ESLpred Subcellular localization of the eukaryotic proteins using
ESLpred2 Advanced method for subcellular localization of eukaryotic proteins
GPCRpred Prediction of families and superfamilies of G-protein coupled receptors (GPCR)
GPCRsclass This webserver predicts amine type of G-protein coupled receptors
GSTpred SVM-based method for predicting Glutathione S-transferase protein
HIVcoPRED Predicting coreceptor used by HIV-1 from Its V3 loop amino acid sequence
HSLpred Prediction of subcellular localization of human proteins with high accuracy
MitPred Prediction of mitochondrial proteins using SVM and hidden Markov model
NPpred A webserver for the prediction of nuclear proteins
NRpred SVM based method for the classification of nuclear receptors
PFMpred Predicting mitochondrial proteins of malaria parasite Plasmodium falciparum
PSEApred Prediction of Plasmodium Secretory and Infected Erythrocyte Associated Proteins
PSLpred Predict subcellular localization of prokaryotic proteins
RNApred A webserver for the prediction of RNA binding proteins
RSLpred A method for the subcellular localization prediction of rice proteins
SRTpred A method for the classification of protein sequence as secretory or non-secretory protein
TBpred A webserver that predicts four subcellular localization of mycobacterial proteins
VICMPpred Prediction of Virulence factors, Information molecule, Cellular process and Metabolism molecule in the Bacterial proteins

About Raghava

Professor Gajendra P.S. Raghava, Indraprasta Institute of Information Technology, New Delhi is a strong supporter of open source software and open access, all resources developed at his group are free for scientific use.