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Comment: C: How to get the pathway-protein relationship?
... I found some paper mentioning Reactome [https://www.reactome.org/], I tried it but I couldn't get it. ...
written 3 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0
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How to get the pathway-protein relationship?
... Dears, I have a list of proteins ("Entry" values from UniProt) and I want to get a list of pathways which those proteins participate in. (i.e I need to match for each protein the pathway(s) it is member in.) Could you please help me with that? Thanks. ...
pathways proteins written 3 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0 • updated 3 months ago by h.mon26k
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Comment: C: How to get the protein-domain relationship?
... Thank you very much This is exactly what I need, it seems like I didn't explain it clearly at the beginning I tried it and I extracted only "Entry", "Entry name" and "Domain [FT]" and I can finish the work now. And thank you again for making it simple :) ...
written 3 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0
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Comment: C: How to get the protein-domain relationship?
... I will do Thank you very much ...
written 3 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0
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Comment: C: How to get the protein-domain relationship?
... Thank you. I will try the second one, because I tried pfam and I have a question regarding it. Can I query Pfam Database (using SQL) online ? Thanks in advance ...
written 4 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0
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Comment: A: How to get the protein-domain relationship?
... Thank you for your answer. I am not sure that I explained my need clearly, but I found another resource which has exactly what I need **Pfam** ![This is what I need][1] I should use this iterative many times as I will have a list of proteins ID (e.g. Uniprot ACC) and I need for each protein name ...
written 4 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0
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How to get the protein-domain relationship?
... Dears, I am searching for a dataset that contain all human proteins with the domains of each protein. (i.e. I want to know the for each protein, the set of domains inside it) Can someone help me with that? Thanks in advance. ...
forum protein-domain written 4 months ago by ahmedmelmoselhy0 • updated 3 months ago by genomax69k

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