SecretP: a new method for predicting mammalian secreted proteins

SecretP v.2.0 server is able to distinguish classically secreted proteins (CSPs), non-classically secreted proteins (NCSPs) and non-secreted proteins (NSPs) in mammals and bacteria

You can get the older version SecretP v.1.0 by clicking here.
You can get the newest version SecretP v.2.1 by clicking here.

 
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Citation
If you use SecretP to predict mammalian secreted proteins, please cite:
SecretP v.1.0: L.Z. Yu, Y.Z. Guo, Z. Zhang, Y.Z. Li, M.L. Li, G.B. Li, W.J. Xiong and Y.H. Zeng (2010) SecretP: a new method for predicting mammalian secreted proteins, Peptides 31:574–578.

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Getting help

Please contact: Menglong Li (liml@scu.edu.cn)