MemBrain: An Easy-to-Use Online Webserver for Transmembrane Protein Structure Prediction

@article{Yin2018MemBrainAE,
  title={MemBrain: An Easy-to-Use Online Webserver for Transmembrane Protein Structure Prediction},
  author={Xiao-lin Yin and Jing Yang and Feng Xiao and Yang Yang and Hongbin Shen},
  journal={Nano-Micro Letters},
  year={2018},
  volume={10}
}
AbstractMembrane proteins are an important kind of proteins embedded in the membranes of cells and play crucial roles in living organisms, such as ion channels, transporters, receptors. Because it is difficult to determinate the membrane protein’s structure by wet-lab experiments, accurate and fast amino acid sequence-based computational methods are highly desired. In this paper, we report an online prediction tool called MemBrain, whose input is the amino acid sequence. MemBrain consists of… 

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