Sequence Analysis and Structure Prediction Service at the National Center of Biotechnology
Sequence analysis and protein structure prediction methods can explain, simplify and further guide experimental work.
We specialice in ad-hoc analysis of protein sequences to solve your specific problem or question (see some recent published examples). In our analysis we commonly:
predict protein structure
search for homologous proteins
generate multiple sequence alignments
produce structural organization drafts
study relevant residues for protein structure/function
extract sequence features from full proteomes.
DNA/RNA motif discovery
consultancy in the use of sequence-based methods
generation of high-quality protein sequence/structure images for publication
Additional services include:
We also organize, in collaboration with other CNB services, periodic courses on bioinformatic approaches for sequence analysis and protein structure prediction.
The service is offered to the CNB-CSIC, as well as other academic institutions and private organizations. Please, contact us for further information on our services.
Some published collaborations with experimental groups
Examples of molecular representations generated by the service
Monica Chagoyen Quiles (Head of the Facility)
On line tools for sequence analysis (Expasy)
Bioinformatics Tools @ EBI
Florencio Pazos & Mónica Chagoyen (2015). Practical Protein Bioinformatics. Springer.