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Figure 4: Prediction of amino acids sequences signal peptide of c-Myc target from laryngeal cancer cell encoded products. (Note: The 51st asparaginate residue had the highest C-score (cleavage site score) and the highest Y-score (combined cleavage site score). The 50th asparaginate residue possessed the highest S-score (signal peptide score). As the highest value among the three, the sequences of the signal peptide did not exist in the sequences of protein by the analysis of SignalP4.1 Server. As a result, the MTLC protein was nonsecretory protein)

Figure 4: Prediction of amino acids sequences signal peptide of c-Myc target from laryngeal cancer cell encoded products. (Note: The 51<sup>st</sup> asparaginate residue had the highest C-score (cleavage site score) and the highest Y-score (combined cleavage site score). The 50<sup>th</sup> asparaginate residue possessed the highest S-score (signal peptide score). As the highest value among the three, the sequences of the signal peptide did not exist in the sequences of protein by the analysis of SignalP4.1 Server. As a result, the MTLC protein was nonsecretory protein)