FASTM (REST)

By | September 22, 2011

The FASTA (pronounced FAST-Aye) suite of programs includes three specialist programs for searching protein databases with a set of short peptides, as may be obtained from mass spec. or Edman sequencing:
* FASTF – Compares an ordered peptide mixture, as would be obtained by Edman degradation of a CNBr cleavage of a protein, against a protein database.
* FASTM – Compares an ordered set of peptides to a protein sequence database.
* FASTS – Compares a set of short peptide fragments, as would be obtained from mass-spec. analysis of a protein, against a protein database.

Name
FASTM (REST)
Documentation
http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/webservices/services/sss/fastm_rest
Protocol
REST
WSDL
Endpoint
http://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/services/rest/fastm
Topic
Nucleotide Sequence Similarity, Protein Sequence Similarity
Type
Analysis
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Description

The FASTA (pronounced FAST-Aye) suite of programs includes three specialist programs for searching protein databases with a set of short [...]

Further information

The FASTA (pronounced FAST-Aye) suite of programs includes three specialist programs for searching protein databases with a set of short peptides, as may be obtained from mass spec. or Edman sequencing:
* FASTF – Compares an ordered peptide mixture, as would be obtained by Edman degradation of a CNBr cleavage of a protein, against a protein database.
* FASTM – Compares an ordered set of peptides to a protein sequence database.
* FASTS – Compares a set of short peptide fragments, as would be obtained from mass-spec. analysis of a protein, against a protein database.

Original source
BioCatalogue

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