Provided by: libbio-perl-perl_1.7.2-3_all bug

NAME

       Bio::Tools::Signalp - parser for Signalp output

SYNOPSIS

        use Bio::Tools::Signalp;

        my $parser = Bio::Tools::Signalp->new(-fh =>$filehandle );

        while( my $sp_feat = $parser->next_result ) {
          if ($sp_feat->score > 0.9) {
             push @likely_sigpep, $sp_feat;
          }
        }

DESCRIPTION

       "SignalP" predicts the presence and location of signal peptide cleavage sites in amino
       acid sequences.

       Bio::Tools::Signalp parses the output of "SignalP" to provide a Bio::SeqFeature::Generic
       object describing the signal peptide found, if any. It returns a variety of tags extracted
       from the NN and HMM analysis. Most importantly, the "score()" attribute contains the NN
       probability of this being a true signal peptide.

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AUTHOR

       # Please direct questions and support issues to bioperl-l@bioperl.org

       Based on the EnsEMBL module Bio::EnsEMBL::Pipeline::Runnable::Protein::Signalp originally
       written by Marc Sohrmann (ms2_AT_sanger.ac.uk). Written in BioPipe by Balamurugan
       Kumarasamy savikalpa_AT_fugu-sg.org. Cared for by the Fugu Informatics team
       (fuguteam_AT_fugu-sg.org)

CONTRIBUTORS

       Torsten Seemann - torsten.seemann AT infotech.monash.edu.au

APPENDIX

       The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods.  Internal methods are
       usually preceded with a _

   new
        Title   : new
        Usage   : my $obj = Bio::Tools::Signalp->new();
        Function: Builds a new Bio::Tools::Signalp object
        Returns : Bio::Tools::Signalp
        Args    : -fh/-file => $val, # for initing input, see Bio::Root::IO

   next_result
        Title   : next_result
        Usage   : my $feat = $signalp->next_result
        Function: Get the next result set from parser data
        Returns : Bio::SeqFeature::Generic
        Args    : none

   _parse_hmm_result
        Title   : _parse_hmm_result
        Usage   : $self->_parse_hmm_result(\%feature)
        Function: Internal (not to be used directly)
        Returns : hash of feature values
        Args    : hash of more feature values

   _create_feature
        Title   : _create_feature
        Usage   : $self->create_feature(\%feature)
        Function: Internal (not to be used directly)
        Returns : hash of feature values
        Args    : hash of more feature values

   _seqname
        Title   : _seqname
        Usage   : $self->_seqname($name)
        Function: Internal (not to be used directly)
        Returns :
        Args    :

   _fact1
        Title   : _fact1
        Usage   : $self->fact1($fact1)
        Function: Internal (not to be used directly)
        Returns :
        Args    :