Vesna Skerl

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SBASE 3.0 is the third release of SBASE, a collection of annotated protein domain sequences. SBASE entries represent various structural, functional, ligand-binding and topogenic segments of proteins as defined by their publishing authors. SBASE can be used for establishing domain homologies using different database-search tools such as FASTA [Lipman and(More)
SBASE is a database of annotated protein domain sequences representing various structural, functional, ligand binding and topogenic segments of proteins. The current release of SBASE contains 27,211 entries which are provided with standardized names in order to facilitate retrieval. SBASE is cross-referenced to the major protein and nucleic acid databanks(More)
The informational content of the primary structure of thymopoietin (TP) is investigated using the informational spectrum method (ISM). We show that the sequence of TP shares common information with the sequences of long postsynaptic snake neurotoxins, although no apparent similarity was found among their primary structures. The most sensitive point in the(More)
SBASE 2.0 is the second release of SBASE, a collection of annotated protein domain sequences. SBASE entries represent various structural, functional, ligand-binding and topogenic segments of proteins [Pongor, S. et al. (1993) Prot. Eng., in press]. This release contains 34,518 entries provided with standardized names and it is cross-referenced to the major(More)
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