The PONDR® output consists of up to three parts, depending on what is chosen by the user on the input form:
A graphical representation of the PONDR® output
A textual output using "D" to show disorder along the sequence
A raw score for each predictor for each amino acid in the protein
This is the graphical output from a PONDR® prediction, using only the
VL-XT algorithm. The protein sequence input was RluC (SwissProt accession code rluc_ecoli). RluC is the Ribosomal large subunit pseudouridine synthase C (also known as "Pseudouridylate synthase" or "Uracil hydrolyase"). The accession code was entered in the appropriate box in the
input form and then the "Submit" button was pressed.
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