PSORT was the first, widely used program for predicting protein subcellular localization sites in Gram negative bacteria. The version listed here is PSORT II but is based on the original PSORT principle. PSORT involves the computational prediction of a protein's location inside a cell. To predict the subcellular localization of your target protein, simply paste your protein's amino acid sequence (single letter code) in the PSORT window below and click submit.

Source of Input Sequence:

Note: Recommended for fungal, animal or plant sequences. Characters other than the standard 20 codes will be eliminated.


To learn about the PSORT principle or for a more advanced protein subcellular localization prediction tool, visit the WoLF PSORT page.

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WoLF PSORT is an extension of PSORT II, developed by Paul Horton et al. Computational Biology Research Center, AIST, Japan

Last update: November 24, 1999 knakai@ims.u-tokyo.ac.jp http://psort.hgc.jp



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