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Enter a list of sequence identifiers, separated by newlines. Use standard Swiss-Prot or Ensembl style IDs or ACCs.You can also paste a set of sequences in FASTA format. There is a limit of 10000 sequences per access. You will only get results for sequences that have a match in SMART database, ie. only precomputed results will be displayed.
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If you are using protein IDs, and want to have substring matching (for example, query ID ACT2_L will match Q6iACT2_LEIXX, ACT2_LUMTE and ACT2_LYTPI), check the corresponding box below the input fields..
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