Please enter your sequence(s) in the box below.
If FASTA format is used the sequence ID is the first 8 characters of the FASTA header.
The maximum number of concurrent sequences is 10 and the maximum number of residues allowed per sequence is 5000.
For some examples, please see below the sequence input box.
For any of these examples, try copy-and-pasting the example text into the analysis box and then press, 'Upload sequence(s)'.
Example 1: Single sequence in
The text after the
> symbol represents the sequence header, and is parsed to provide the sequence label on the generated diagram-of-states.
> Seq1 PRQEFEVMEDHAGTYGLGDRKDQGGYTMHQ
Newlines (and any other whitespace character) are ignored, such that the sequence below is treated as a single protein sequence, not three seperate sequences.
PRQEFE VMEDHAGTYGLGDRK DQGGYTMHQ
Multiple sequences can be passed, where each sequence is defined by the opening header line (a line beginning with a
> Seq1 PRQEFEVMEDHAGTYGLGDRKDQGGYTMHQ > Seq2 MSGMPGAPLLPEGPREATRQP
Both whitespace and numeric characters are filtered out of any input, such that copying and pasting into the analysis box can be done in a straightforward manner.
10 20 30 40 50 60 MAEPRQEFEV MEDHAGTYGL GDRKDQGGYT MHQDQEGDTD AGLKESPLQT PTEDGSEEPG 70 80 90 100 110 120 SETSDAKSTP TAEDVTAPLV DEGAPGKQAA AQPHTEIPEG
See the FAQ for your various options for mass analysis.
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Have a look at the help page for information about the various parameters