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SVM Technique for Evaluating Proteotypic Peptides 1.3

STEPP is an evaluating proteotypic peptides tools.

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SVM Technique for Evaluating Proteotypic Peptides is a Photo & Image software developed by Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for SVM Technique for Evaluating Proteotypic Peptides:

EditByBSEditor: The STEPP software contains an implementation of a trained SVM (Support Vector Machine) that can compute a score representing how "proteotypic" a peptide is by LC-MS. The program can read a protein file, perform an in-silico digestion, and compute the observability score for each tryptic or partially tryptic peptide. Note that larger (positive) scores mean a peptide is predicted to be more proteotypic while lower (Negative) scores mean the peptide is not predicted to be proteotypic.

The SVM model used by STEPP is a simple descriptor space based on 35 properties of amino Acid content, charge, hydrophilicity, and Polarity for the quantitative Prediction of proteotypic peptides. The model was trained and validated with three independently derived AMT databases (Shewanella oneidensis, Salmonella typhimurium, Yersinia pestis). The SVM resulted in an average accuracy measure of ~0.8 with a standard deviation of less than 0.025.
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