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The package includes a range of bioinformatics related classes, methods and functions and can be downloaded from BioJava is an API implementation of the Bioconductor Biostrings Package, providing both read and write access to the package objects and methods. It can be used as a Bioconductor module to provide functions to access the Biostrings Package. BioJava is available in the public domain under the GNU/LGPL license. Protein sequences are always abundant in biological data sets but not all of them are functional proteins, i.e. proteins with known three-dimensional structure. The Protein Data Bank (PDB) is a central repository of three-dimensional protein structures. Since the number of experimentally determined structures is growing, computational methods are necessary to identify functional proteins from the non-functional ones. 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