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Bio::Tools::PSort::Profile - Perl implementation of the Profile protein subcellular localization method.
use Bio::Tools::PSort::Profile; # Load a previously trained profile from a file. $motif = new Bio::Tools::PSort::Profile(-database => 'profile-db.txt'); # Attempt to match on a Bio::Seq object. @matches = $motif->match($seq); print($seq->display_id . ": matched " . $_->profile_id . "\n") for(@matches);
Bio::Tools::Motif uses a selection of motifs that have been identified to be typical of proteins resident at a specific subcellular localization. The module accepts a Bio::Seq object and attempts to match it against a database, returning one or more Bio::Tools::Motif::Match objects with the prediction information if successful.
$motif = new Bio::Tools::Motif(-database => 'motif-db.txt'); The Motif constructor accepts the name of an existing database file.
@matches = $motif->match($seq); The match method accepts a Bio::Seq object as an argument and returns an array of Bio::Tools::Motif::Match objects that matched the given sequence.
Fiona Brinkman, Chris Walsh, Matthew Laird <email@example.com> Brinkman Lab, Simon Fraser University, Canada
Thanks go out to Fiona Brinkman, Jennifer Gardy and the other members of the Simon Fraser University Brinkman laboratory.
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