User: Elisabeth Gasteiger

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Answer: A: Where to BLAST all characterized proteins?
... There is no magic solution since UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot is curated manually by a team of scientific biocurators (a couple of them specializing in plant biocuration) who cannot possibly keep up with the flood of uncharacterized sequence from genome projects. You could perform your BLAST search against ...
written 25 days ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Answer: A: Extracting Sub-cellular location from Uniprot into tabular format
... It looks like you have meanwhile figured out much of the answer. Here is a summary from the UniProt point of view (all SIB employees were out of town for an instutional event for a couple of days, sorry): The "Subcellular location" section (https://www.uniprot.org/help/subcellular_location_section) ...
written 7 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Answer: A: uniprot.org is moving from HTTP to HTTPS
... This is now effective, see https://www.uniprot.org/news/2018/06/20/release (the above URL no longer works since the announcement moved from "forthcoming changes" to "news"). Please make sure you update your code, or if you are using some third-party software affected by this redirection, contact the ...
written 7 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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News: Programmatic access uniprot.org: Deprecation of legacy REST URLs /batch and /mapping - please replace by /uploadlists
... Programmatic access to UniProt “Retrieve/IDmapping” service should be addressed to the URL path /uploadlists as shown in the code examples in the respective service help pages ID mapping and Batch retrieval. See announcement for details: https://www.uniprot.org/help/uploadlists_change /mapping and ...
news uniprot written 12 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Comment: C: Query UniProt database with Mnemonic identifier
... You can access the UniProt Batch retrieval/IDmapping service (https://www.uniprot.org/uploadlists) programmatically, too, cf https://www.uniprot.org/help/api_batch_retrieval and https://www.uniprot.org/help/api_idmapping for code examples. Please note however that the /mapping service will be depre ...
written 12 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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News: UniProtKB: Change of the annotation topic 'Enzyme regulation' to 'Activity regulation', not before Sep 12th, 2018
... In UniProtKB entries, the topic ‘Enzyme regulation’ is used to display information about factors that regulate the activity of enzymes, but also of transporters and microbial transcription factors (https://www.uniprot.org/help/enzyme_regulation). To clarify the situation, we are going to rename t ...
news uniprot written 12 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Answer: A: Creation of UniProt Pseudo-metagenome
... Alternatively, you can build an advanced query using the boolean operator "or", e.g. taxonomy:"Enterococcus [1350]" OR taxonomy:"Citrobacter [544]" http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/?query=taxonomy%3A%22Enterococcus+%5B1350%5D%22+OR+taxonomy%3A%22Citrobacter+%5B544%5D%22&sort=score ...
written 12 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Answer: A: Filtering GO terms by neuromuscular processes
... You can query UniProt with a GO term (use the Advanced search on https://www.uniprot.org), e.g. https://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/?query=goa%3A%28%22neuromuscular+process+%5B0050905%5D%22%29&sort=score This can be filtered by organism, e.g. human, by using the filters on the left hand side. ...
written 12 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Answer: A: enzyme constants online
... UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot has an annotation topic called "Biophysicochemical properties": http://www.uniprot.org/help/biophysicochemical_properties Here is a query returning entries from Enterobacter that have such annotation (currently 11 proteins): http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/?query=taxonomy%3Aent ...
written 12 weeks ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k
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Comment: C: Creation of UniProt Pseudo-metagenome
... Please consider adding tags "uniprot" and "protein" to your post. ...
written 3 months ago by Elisabeth Gasteiger1.5k

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