COMPOSITIONAL ANALYSIS

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The composition of the input sequence is evaluated relative to the residue usage quantile table specified with the `-s species' flag. Low usage in the 1% quantile is indicated by the label -- (e.g., Y-- means that the input sequence uses tyrosine as little as the 1% least tyrosine contain- ing proteins in the reference set); low usage in the 5% quantile is indi- cated by the label `-' (e.g., L-); high usage above the 95% quantile point is indicated by the label `+' (e.g., A+); and high usage above the 99% quantile point is indicated by the label `++' (e.g., LIVFM++). The usage is evaluated for all 20 amino acids, positive (KR) and negative (ED) charge, total charge (KRED), net charge (KR-ED), major hydrophobics (LVIFM), and the groupings ST, AGP (encoded by CCN, GCN, and GGN codons), and FIKMNY (encoded by AAN, AUN, UAN, and UUN codons).


A  :164(12.9%); C  : 0( 0.0%); D  : 56( 4.4%); E  : 66( 5.2%); F  : 49( 3.9%)

G  :100( 7.9%); H--: 2( 0.2%); I  : 50( 3.9%); K  : 77( 6.1%); L- : 66( 5.2%)

M- : 4( 0.3%); N+ :104( 8.2%); P  : 36( 2.8%); Q  : 45( 3.5%); R- : 14( 1.1%)

S  : 71( 5.6%); T++:176(13.9%); V++:147(11.6%); W  : 6( 0.5%); Y  : 35( 2.8%)


KR  : 91 ( 7.2%); ED  : 122 ( 9.6%); AGP  : 300 ( 23.7%);

KRED  : 213 ( 16.8%); KR-ED  : -31 ( -2.4%); FIKMNY  : 319 ( 25.2%);

LVIFM  : 316 ( 24.9%); ST + : 247 ( 19.5%).

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