PSORT is mirrored at
PSORT program was coded by: Kenta Nakai, Ph.D., Human Genome Center, Institute for Medical Science, University ot Tokyo, Japan (email@example.com). Binary program for Sun/Solaris OS is freely available upon request.
PSORT II is based on the collaboration with Paul Horton (firstname.lastname@example.org). PSORT II based on the SWISS-PROT data is freely distributed under the GNU General Public License agreement. Send e-mail to: email@example.com to get a copy.
iPSORT is based on the collaboration with Hideo Bannai (IMS, U. Tokyo; now: Kyushu Univ.), Yoshinori Tamada (IMS, U. Tokyo), Osamu Maruyama (Kyushu U.), and Satoru Miyano (IMS, U. Tokyo). A version of iPSORT, written in the OCaml language, is distributed freely upon request. Contact Bannai for details.
PSORT-B, a program applicable to the sequences of Gram-negative bacteria, is available at the new portal site (www.psort.org) maintained by Fiona Brinkman's laboratory, Simon Fraser U., Canada since July, 2003.
WoLF PSORT, is developed and served by Paul Horton et al. (in collaboration with K. Nakai) at CBRC, AIST, JAPAN since April, 2005.
YPD<TM> localization information and title lines are provided by courtesy of Incyte Genomics, Inc. SWISS-PROT is now maintained by the EMBL and the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics (SIB).
Special thanks to Minoru Kanehisa for support, to Toshiyuki Okumura, Toshiki Ohkawa, and Tomoki Miwa for technical assistance, and to Amos Bairoch and the people of Incyte Genomics, Inc. for the allowance of integrating an excerpt of SWISS-PROT and YPD<TM>, respectively. The mirror server at Peking is maintained by Yunjia Chen and Jingchu Luo (Thanks!).