Enzymes make the wonderful diversity of life possible, from thermophiles that exist under incredibly harsh conditions to the complexity of higher organisms, such as humans. However, despite their importance and our continued fascination with these often complex proteins we still have a relatively limited understanding of how they function.
Collects information about carbohydrate-active enzyme (CAZymes). dbCAN-seq includes pre-computed sequences and annotations for more than 5,300 bacterial genomes. The database provides, for each Cazyme, an extensive functional annotation page including data such as Conserved Domains Database (CDD) functional domains, sequence homologs in databases CAZy or predictions of signal peptides using SignalP. The repository also contains a metadata page and a tool to identify physically linked CAZyme gene clusters.
A comprehensive collection of thermodynamic data on enzyme-catalyzed reactions. The data, which consist of apparent equilibrium constants and calorimetrically determined molar enthalpies of reaction, are the primary experimental results obtained from thermodynamic studies of biochemical reactions.
Consists of a hierarchical database of eukaryotic protein kinases (PKs) and protein phosphatases (PPs). EKPD containing more than 61,700 unique protein entries including about 50,400 protein kinases and about 11,300 protein phosphatases. This repository can be browsed browse by species or by classification. It provides a useful resource for further analysis.
A database built upon dbCAN (database for automated carbohydrate active enzyme annotation), aiming to provide pre-computed sequence and annotation data of carbohydrate active enzymes (CAZymes) to plant carbohydrate and bioenergy research communities.