For each input sequence the length and the name of the sequence are
stated followed by a table with the prediction results. There is a table
row for each lysine residue in the sequence; the columns are:
- sequence name, truncated to 20 characters;
- residue position in the sequence;
- score, a number between -1 and 1; when the score is
above 0 the residue is a predicted glycation site;
- the word "glycate";
- answer: either the word "YES" or a dot ("."), reflecting
After the table, the whole sequence is printed alongside a summary
of the predicted glycation sites and their positions.
Finally, if the 'Generate graphics' button has been checked, the
server displays a figure in GIF showhing a plot of the score for
each lysine residue against the sequence position of that residue.
The example below shows the output for the UniProt entry
(PPBI_BOVIN), an intestinal alkaline phosphatase precursor whose activity
is known to be inhibited by glycation
McCarthy et al. 1998
At this point (Feb 2006) the glycation sites have not been determined
experimentally and published.