Unison is a compendium of protein sequences and extensive precomputed
predictions. Integration of these and other data within Unison enables
holistic mining of sequences based on protein features, analysis of
individual and sets of sequences, and refinement of hypotheses regarding
the composition of protein families.
Some uses of Unison:
Analysis of an Individual Sequence
Once you specify a sequence, you can get a gene/protein summary,
database cross-references, precomputed features, structures and
structural models with SNPs, and lots more.
Unison provides two web tools that are intended for users with
high-throughput experimental data. BabelFish translates a list of protein
aliases protein aliases (accessions, identifiers, or checksums)
into aliases for several target databases based on sequence
identity. AliAn provides a annotations,
domains, locus, GO and other annotations for a list of protein