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Manual Reference Pages  -  BIO::TOOLS::ANALYSIS::PROTEIN::MITOPROT (3)

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Bio::Tools::Analysis::Protein::Mitoprot - a wrapper around Mitoprot server



  use Bio::Tools::Analysis::Protein::Mitoprot;

  use Bio::PrimarySeq;
  my $seq = Bio::PrimarySeq->new
     -primary_id=>test); # a Bio::PrimarySeqI object

  my $mitoprot = Bio::Tools::Analysis::Protein::Mitoprot->new
     ( -seq => $seq
     ); # sequence must be  >!5aa long and start with an M.

  # run Mitoprot prediction on a DNA sequence
  my $mitoprot->run();

  die "Could not get a result" unless $mitoprot->status =~ /^COMPLETED/;

  print $mitoprot->result;     # print raw prediction to STDOUT

  foreach my $feat ( $mitoprot->result(Bio::SeqFeatureI) ) {

      # do something to SeqFeature
      # e.g. print as GFF
      print $feat->gff_string, "\n";
      # or store within the sequence - if it is a Bio::RichSeqI



This class is a wrapper around the Mitoprot web server which calculates the probability of a sequence containing a mitochondrial targetting peptide. See for more details.

The results can be obtained in 3 formats:
1. The raw text of the program output

  my $rawdata = $analysis_object->result;

2. An reference to a hash of scores :

  my $data_ref = $analysis_object->result(parsed); print "predicted
  export prob is $data_ref->{export_prob}\n"; #

key values of returned hash are input_length, basic_aas, acidic_aas, export_prob, charge, cleavage_site.

3. A Bio::SeqFeature::Generic object

  my $ft = $analysis_object->result(Bio::SeqFeatureI);
  print "export prob is ", ($ft->each_tag_value(export_prob))[0]  ,"\n";

This the second implentation of Bio::SimpleAnalysisI which hopefully will make it easier to write wrappers on various services. This class uses a web resource and therefore inherits from Bio::WebAgent.


Bio::SimpleAnalysisI, Bio::Tools::Analysis::SimpleAnalysisBase, Bio::WebAgent


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The rest of the documentation details each of the object methods. Internal methods are usually preceded with a _


 Usage   : $job->result (...)
 Returns : a result created by running an analysis
 Args    : various

The method returns a result of an executed job. If the job was terminated by an error the result may contain an error message instead of the real data.

This implementation returns differently processed data depending on argument:
undef Returns the raw ASCII data stream but without HTML tags
Bio::SeqFeatureI The argument string defines the type of bioperl objects returned in an array. The objects are Bio::SeqFeature::Generic. Feature primary tag is SigSeq. Feature tags are input_length , basic_aas, acidic_aas, export_prob, charge, cleavage_site, method.
’parsed’ hash references of parsed results { input_length =>, basic_aas=>, acidic_aas=>, export_prob=>, charge=>, cleavage_site=>}.

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