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Output format

LOCALIZER will return the output as shown in the example below. First, a summary table will be shown which shows the predictions (chloroplast, mitochondria or nucleus) for each submitted protein. If a transit peptide is predicted, the start and end positions in the submitted sequences are shown, alongside the probability. In this example, ToxA has a predicted chloroplast transit peptide with probability 0.885 at position 62-130 in its sequence. LOCALIZER does not return a probability for nucleus localization, because it uses a simple NLS search. In this example, LOCALIZER found a NLS in CRN15, i.e. the sequence KRKR.



Example output


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# LOCALIZER 1.0 Predictions
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Identifier	Chloroplast       	Mitochondria      	Nucleus
CRN15     	-                 	-                 	Y (KRKR)
Ecp2      	-                 	-                 	-      
AVR-Pii   	-                 	-                 	-      
ToxA      	Y (0.885 | 62-130)	-                 	-



# Proteins analyzed: 4

# Number of proteins with cTP: 1 (25.0%)
# Number of proteins with cTP & possible mTP: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with cTP & NLS: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with cTP & possible mTP & NLS: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with mTP: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with mTP & possible cTP: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with mTP & NLS: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with mTP & possible cTP & NLS: 0 (0.0%)
# Number of proteins with NLS and no transit peptides: 1 (25.0%)