SLiMSearch is a short, linear motif (SLiM) discovery tool. The tool searches a proteome using a motif consensus to discover putative novel motif instances. Motif attributes known to be strong discriminators of motif functionality, such as accessibility and conservation, are calculated for each instance. Instances are also annotated with experimental, proteomic and genomic data. The tool also allows instance filtering based on keyword, interaction, localisation information. In depth ontology enrichment and conservation analysis tools are also available. Find a tutorial to understand the SLiMSearch output here.
"SLiMSearch - a framework for proteome-wide discovery and annotation of functional modules in intrinsically disordered regions"
Izabella Krystkowiak and Norman E. Davey
Nucleic Acids Res. 2017 Apr 6. (Epub ahead of print).