After the start codon, an RNA region encodes a hydrophobic amino acid sequence. This amino acid sequence is called a signal peptide sequence. Signal peptides are short (5-30 amino acids in length) peptide chains that guide the transfer of newly synthesized proteins to the secretory pathway. Often refers to the N-terminal amino acid sequence (sometimes not necessarily at the N-terminal) used to guide the transmembrane transfer (positioning) of proteins in a newly synthesized polypeptide chain.
|Project name||Signal Peptide Prediction Services|
|Samples requirements||Our Signal Peptide Prediction requires you to provide specific requirements.|
|Detection cycle||Decide according to your needs.|
|Service including||We provide you with raw data and analysis service.|
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