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At the time of translation, nascent proteins are thought to be sorted into their final subcellular localization sites, based on the part of their amino acid sequences (i.e., sorting or targeting signals). Thus, it is interesting to computationally recognize these signals from the amino acid sequences of any given proteins and to predict their final subcellular localization with such information, supplemented with additional information (e.g., k-mer frequency). This field has a long history anddoi:10.3389/fgene.2020.607812 pmid:33324450 pmcid:PMC7723863 fatcat:nfamzbspyvbrpd6bqwt5nryzqm