Offers a seamless integration of and navigation through protein-related data. NeXtProt contains proteomics data for over 85% of human proteins. Moreover, this tool includes over 8000 phenotypic observations for over 4000 variations in a number of genes involved in hereditary cancers and channelopathies. All of the data are available via a user interface and FTP site. An API access and a SPARQL endpoint are also provided for more technical applications.
Provides a resource of protein phosphorylation data from multiple plants. With the large-scale phosphorylation data and associated web-based tools, P3DB will be a valuable resource for both plant and nonplant biologists in the field of protein phosphorylation.
A relational database, containing all Lepidoptera chorion proteins identified to date. Lepidoptera chorion proteins can be classified in two major protein families, A and B. This classification was based on multiple sequence alignments of conserved key residues, in the central domain of, well characterized, silkmoth chorion proteins. These alignments were used to build Hidden Markov Models in order to search various databases.
Domiciles proteomic and genomic information on 150 HPV strains sequenced to date. Retreival of such vast information from different resources with a provision of prediction and validation of proteins structures would help researchers in designing the strain specific drugs/vaccines to prevail over the cancerous consequences.
An integrated web-based resource that catalogues the genomic and proteomic annotations identified in colorectal cancer (CRC) tissues and cell lines. The data catalogued to-date include sequence variations as well as quantitative and non-quantitative protein expression data. The database enables the analysis of these data in the context of signaling pathways, protein–protein interactions, Gene Ontology terms, protein domains and post-translational modifications. Currently, Colorectal Cancer Atlas contains data for >13 711 CRC tissues, >165 CRC cell lines, 62 251 protein identifications, >8.3 million MS/MS spectra, >18 410 genes with sequence variations (404 278 entries) and 351 pathways with sequence variants. Overall, Colorectal Cancer Atlas has been designed to serve as a central resource to facilitate research in CRC.