Key Annotation

Key Annotation is the term used in abYsis for numbering sequences, assigning them as light or heavy and identifying key features. This tab shows the counts of sequences that have passed these processing steps.

Numbering is the fundamental computed annotation. This provides the basis for higher level annotations such as canonical classification.

Classification and Numbering

The upper table shows classification and numbering statistics for Protein Sequences in abYsis.

Chains are classified using a combination of textual information obtained from the Data Source and sequence analysis results computed by abYsis. Both are used because occasionally the textual information is ambiguous and in some cases sequence analysis fails to provide a classification. Where there is an inconsistency, the sequence analysis result is preferred, and a warning is recorded for the sequence.

The table columns are: