Output format



DESCRIPTION

The output conforms to the GFF format. For each tryptophan residue in the input sequences the server prints a line in the form:
  • sequence name
  • prediction source ("netCglyc" and version)
  • predicted feature (C-mannosylation)
  • residue number
  • prediction score (a number in 0.0-1.0)
  • non-applicable (GFF specific)
  • answer: "W" if the score is greater than 0.5, else "." (dot).
Only the residues with scores higher than 0.5, marked with "W" are predicted as C-mannosylated.

The example below shows the NetCGlyc 1.0 output for ADAMTS-like protein 5 precursor (ADAMTSL-5), taken from the UniProt entry ATL5_HUMAN. One of the 12 tryptophan residues in the sequence (#41) is predicted as C-mannosylated, two more (#38 and #44) have scores close to the threshold.



EXAMPLE OUTPUT


##gff-version 2
##source-version netCglyc-1.0b
##date 2007-03-14
##Type Protein
# seqname                source         feature  start    end   score +/-  ?
# ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno     21     21   0.269  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno     38     38   0.459  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno     41     41   0.639  .   W
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno     44     44   0.484  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno     72     72   0.221  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    115    115   0.285  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    207    207   0.228  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    244    244   0.246  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    299    299   0.160  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    317    317   0.203  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    410    410   0.243  .   .
Q6ZMM2_ATL5_HUMAN        netCglyc-1.0b  C-manno    454    454   0.227  .   .
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