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The Technical University of Denmark’s Center for Biological Sequence Analysis in Lyngby, Denmark, with the Stockholm Bioinformatics Center in Sweden have developed a neural network-based tool, TargetP, for large-scale subcellular location prediction of newly identified proteins. TargetP is available at http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/services/TargetP/, where both single sequence and local files in Fasta format can be submitted.

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