Question: high-throughput domain discovery
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21 months ago by
blur110
European Union
blur110 wrote:

Hi, I want to take a very large list of proteins and check to see if they harbor any interesting domains. Is there a tool or a DB I can download to work with?

Thanks,

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21 months ago by
Dublin, Ireland
Selenocysteine550 wrote:

Hmmer + Pfam

http://hmmer.org/

http://pfam.xfam.org/

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21 months ago by
Joe14k
United Kingdom
Joe14k wrote:

HHsuite https://github.com/soedinglab/hh-suite

The databases and software can be downloaded and run locally. I regularly do several hundred proteins through my local install with some additional scripts to agregate the results.

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7 months ago by
martinsteinegger30 wrote:

I am biased since I am the developers of MMseqs2. MMseqs2 can perform fast sequence/profile searches. It is possible to annotate 1.1 billion protein sequences with Pfam domains in 8.3 h on a 2Ă—14-core server. Here is a guide how to setup the search.

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