1. Specify the input sequencesAll the input sequences must be in one-letter amino acid code. The allowed alphabet (not case sensitive) is as follows:
Non-alphabetic symbols e.g. digits and white space will be ignored. All the other symbols will be converted to X before processing. The sequences can be input in the following two ways:
Both ways can be employed at the same time: all the specified sequences will be processed. However, there may be not more than 50 sequences in toto in one submission. Sequences longer than 4000 amino acids will be ignored.
NetOGlyc works best on complete protein sequence with signal peptide
included. It is possible, however, to submit single sites - you should
then include 15 residues on both sides of the Ser/Thr you want evaluated.
2. Customize your runBy default the server produces graphical output illustrating the predictions (in GIF and PostScript). The graphs can be very valuable for locating the "hot" spots in your protein. The generation of graphics can be disabled by un-checking the button labelled 'Generate graphics'.
The signal peptide predictor SignalP
is run by default on all the input sequences. A warning is displayed if
a signal peptide is not detected. The signal peptide check can be
disabled by un-checking the button labelled 'Run signal peptides check'.
3. Submit the jobClick on the "Submit" button. The status of your job (either 'queued' or 'running') will be displayed and constantly updated until it terminates and the server output appears in the browser window.
At any time during the wait you may enter your e-mail address and simply leave the window. Your job will continue; you will be notified by e-mail when it has terminated. The e-mail message will contain the URL under which the results are stored; they will remain on the server for 24 hours for you to collect them.
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