Yes - metaserve only supports single sequences at a time. If you want to analyze many sequences, there are two possible options:
Great! Head on over to our ALBATROSS Google Colab notebook for various options!
If you have used metapredict please consider citing our manuscript!
Metapredict: a fast, accurate, and easy-to-use predictor of consensus disorder and structure
Biophysical Journal, 120(20), 4312–4319.
Emenecker, R. J., Griffith, D., & Holehouse, A. S. (2021). Link to paper
In addition, we have a paper on bioRxiv that details changes made for the V2 update:
Metapredict V2: An update to metapredict, a fast, accurate, and easy-to-use predictor of consensus disorder and structure
Emenecker, R. J., Griffith, D., & Holehouse, A. S. (2022). Link to paper
Finally, if you have used the predicted dimensions (Rg, Re, or normalized Rg and Re), please cite:
Direct prediction of intrinsically disordered protein conformational properties from sequence
Lotthammer, J. M., Ginell, G. M., Griffith, D., Emenecker, R. J. & Holehouse, A. S. (2023) Link to paper
NB: As of March 15th 2022, the default disorder predictor for metapredict is has updated to 'version 2', a more accurate predictor that incorporates information from AlphaFold2. For the original metapredict implementation, please use the 'legacy' version, which is still available via the metapredict Python package.
metapredict was developed by Ryan Emenecker, Dan Griffith, and Alex Holehouse in the Holehouse lab.
Last updated August 27th 2022.
August 27th 2022