This server portal provides access to our online
Interactive NetFlax (Network-FlaGs for toxins and antitoxins) predicted toxin-antitoxin pairs interface with structural predictions.
Predicting protein functional association in microbial and viral genomes by analysis of conservation of genomic context (Flanking Genes).
A bioinformatics tool for conserved uORF annotation in 5′ upstream sequences of a user-defined protein of interest or a set of protein homologues. It can also be used to find small ORFs within a set of nucleotide sequences.
A simple visualisation tool for Multiple Sequence
Supported input: Multiple sequence alignments or unaligned sequences in fasta format.
The Atkinson lab Home Page
We are located at the BMC as part of the Faculty of Medicine, Lund University.
BMC, Lund University
Sölvegatan 17, C13, 223 62 Lund, Sweden
You can also contact us by e-mail:
Gemma C. Atkinson, Group Leader
Artyom A. Egorov, PhD student and developer
artem.egorov(at)med.lu.se (for technical questions)
2023.04.07: New NetFlax-predicted toxin-antitoxin pairs interface is now available.
2023.02.11: Updated webFlaGs is now available.
2023.01.22: First release is now online; Currently uORF4u and MSA4u are available; new version of webFlaGs is under construction.