Proteins reside in either the cell plasma of in the cell membrane. A membrane protein goes through the membrane at least once. There are multiple ways to span this hydrophobic layer. One common structure is the transmembrane (alpha) helix (TMH). Given the amino acid sequence of a membrane protein, this package predicts which parts of the protein are TMHs
Richèl J.C. Bilderbeek
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