The PSIPRED Workbench is a Structural Bioinformatics service which offers a wide range of predictive methods to the bioscience community
A server to predict protein structure from sequence with facilities for variant analysis and batch processing.
LIPID MAPS® Lipidomics Gateway provide access to lipid nomenclature, databases, tools, protocols, standards, tutorials, meetings, publications, and other resources, serving the international lipid research community.
Jalview is a free program for multiple sequence alignment editing, visualisation and analysis. It allows viewing and editing of sequence alignments, their analysis with phylogenetic trees and Principal Components Analysis (PCA) plots and exploration of molecular structures and annotation. Jalview also allows integration of variant data from genome sequencing together with interactive analysis of DNA, RNA and protein sequences, phylogenetics and three-dimensional structures of macromolecules.
DRSASP's flagship services are the JPred4 webserver for protein secondary structure and solvent accessibility prediction and the JABAWS 2.2 webserver for multiple sequence alignment, disorder prediction, amino acid conservation calculations, and specificity‐determining site prediction. DRSASP resources are available through conventional web interfaces and APIs but are also integrated into the Jalview sequence analysis workbench, which enables the composition of multitool interactive workflows.
CATH is a classification of protein structures downloaded from the Protein Data Bank. We group protein domains into superfamilies when there is sufficient evidence they have diverged from a common ancestor.
A curated, informative and educational resource on data and metadata standards, inter-related to databases and data policies. FAIRsharing guides consumers to discover, select and use these resources with confidence, and producers to make their resource more discoverable, more widely adopted and cited.