Covers interactions established by extracellular proteins and polysaccharides. MatrixDB contains protein-protein interactions (PPIs) and also protein-glycosaminoglycan interactions. It can be employed to construct interaction networks of extracellular proteins, glycosaminoglycans, proteoglycans, basement membrane or physiological process. This database offers about 1 000 interactions supported by over 1 200 experiments, which have been manually curated.
An initiative that aims to promote the creation of an online information storage and search platform for glycomics and glycobiology research. The knowledgebase will offer a freely accessible and information-rich resource supported by querying interfaces, annotation technologies and the adoption of common standards to integrate structural, experimental and functional data. The UniCarbKB framework endeavors to support the growth of glycobioinformatics and the dissemination of knowledge through the provision of an open and unified portal to encourage the sharing of data.
Provides a collection of lectins and carbohydrates. Glyco-CD offers information on 63 clusters of differentiation (CD) antigens. Lectins and carbohydrates are defined by CD antibodies that are differentially expressed primarily on human leukocytes and also on certain endothelial and epithelial cells. This database is organized into two parts: carbohydrate recognition CD antigens and glycan CDs.
The development of glycan-related databases and bioinformatics applications is considerably lagging behind compared with the wealth of available data and software tools in genomics and proteomics. GLYCOSCIENCES.de provides databases and bioinformatics tools for glycobiology and glycomics.
Provides access to carbohydrate research tools. GlycoNAVI is a database of chemical reactions that involve carbohydrates and molecules involved in these reactions. The online interface of this resource offers user to choose several types of tools and database related to chemistry.
Stores information on substrate specificity. GGDB provides necessary information for the analysis of glycogenes. In GGDB, the following property information of each glycogene are stored in XML format: gene names (gene symbols), enzyme names, DNA sequences, tissue distribution (gene expression), substrate specificities, homologous genes, EC numbers, and external links to various databases. It graphically shows the information such as substrate specificities, etc.
Aims to fill the gaps between the beginners and experts by delivering the accumulated knowledge and skills of the experts to the beginners through internet communication under the catch-phrase of "Follow the flow chart and you will get the goal directly". As an on-line protocol, GlycoPOD has a unique architecture. In addition to the "Protocols (main text)", which consist of "introduction", "protocol" and "references", you can find "Q&As" and "rating" pages.
A large number of polyclonal or monoclonal antibodies have been used as very important tools for analyzing expression of various carbohydrate chains and their functions. In this database, useful information on these carbohydrate antigens, i.e. glyco-epitopes, and antibodies has been assembled as a compact encyclopedia.
Compiles data about animals’ lectins. AnimalLectinDb is a manually curated database with aim of collecting an exhaustive information about this carbohydrate-binding protein class including Express Sequence Tags (EST), complete nucleotide sequence or Protein sequence, from different databases. Searches can be made by search name of the animal or sequence class and the repository provides the ability to select for an entry or a collective set of entries.
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