This logo was created using WebLogo and the TatFind positive sequences from Halobacterium salinarum and Haloarcula marismortui .
TATFIND 1.4 predicts the presence of prokaryotic Twin-Arginine
Translocation (Tat) signal peptides.
Rose, R.W., T. Brüser,. J. C. Kissinger, and M. Pohlschröder.
2002. Adaptation of protein secretion to extremely high salt concentrations
by extensive use of the twin arginine translocation pathway.
Mol. Microbiol. 5: 943-950
Dilks, K., W. R. Rose, E. Hartmann, and M. Pohlschorder. 2003. Prokaryotic use of the twin arginine translocation pathway: A Genomic Survey. J. Bacteriol. 185:1478-1483.
Highlights of Release 1.4
- Search for a single charged residue in positions +2 and +5 relative to the twin argenines. Release 1.2 was looking for a single charged residue backing up from the hydrophobic strech, considering that the hydrophobic stretch was located just next to the TAT motif.
Highlights of Release 1.3
- New HTML Output Module
- Modularized Code
Highlights of Release 1.2
- Check Material and Methods of paper listed in References