An integrated and clustered information resource that covers multi-omic studies (microRNA, genomics, peptidomics, proteomics and metabolomics) of Chronic Kidney Disease and potentially related disorders. The CKDdb is primarily aimed to allow disease pathway analysis through a system approach in order to yield biological meaning by integrating all existing information and therefore has the potential to unravel and gain an in-depth understanding of the key events that modulate CKD.
A urinary fingerprint database. UPdb currently lists 2490 unique peaks/ion species from 1172 nonredundant SELDI analyses in the mass range of 1500 to 150000. This platform should be used as a global resource to share and exchange primary data derived from SELDI-, MALDI-, MELDI-, CE-, LC-, and other TOF-MS analyses in urinary research.
A publicly available database platform dedicated to support research in the field of chronic kidney disease (CKD) through identification of novel biomarkers and molecular features of this complex pathology. The peptiCKDdb is a repository of manually curated peptidomics and proteomics datasets extracted from scientific publications related to CKD. It can serve as a knowledge base for scientists seeking confirmation of their findings, as well as a source of data for integrative analysis supporting biomarker research in the field of renal pathology.
A database that aims at providing an exhaustive re-annotation of all complete prokaryotic genomes-chromosomal and plasmid DNA-available in RefSeq for coding sequences ranging between 10 and 80 amino acids. The BactPepDB interface allows to search for candidate peptides in the database, or to search for peptides similar to a query, according to the multiple properties predicted or related to genomic localization.
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