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|3D-structure annotation in UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot|
Documents about 3D-structure annotation in UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot
History and background.
Provides a stable way of identifying UniProtKB entries
Amino acid(s) directly involved in the activity of an enzyme
|UniProtKB advanced search options|
List of options available in the "Advanced search" interface.
|Using Jalview and Java Web Start|
Using Jalview and Java Web Start for alignment results
Information relevant to allergenic proteins
Description of the different proteins generated from the same gene
Standard operating procedure, protein naming, protein existence
Annotation scores provide a measure of how much annotation has been associated with a given entry or proteome.
|Saving proteins with the UniProt basket|
Remember your favorite proteins, come back later for alignment, analysis, download etc.
Alex Bateman short biography
Information relevant to binary protein-protein interactions
|Why are only a subset of binary interactions from the IntAct database reported in UniProtKB?|
Binding site for any chemical group (co-enzyme, prosthetic group, etc.)
|Biocuration in UniProt|
Manual and automatic annotation in the UniProt Knowledgebase
Description of biophysical and physicochemical properties
The use of a specific protein in the biotechnological industry
Recommended list of major web browsers for the UniProt website.
Denotes the position(s) of calcium binding region(s) within the protein
|Caenorhabditis protein annotation project|
The Caenorhabditis protein annotation program focuses on the manual annotation of and proteins.
|What is the canonical sequence? Are all isoforms described in one entry?|
|How do I get the nucleotide sequence that corresponds to the canonical UniProtKB sequence?|
Covalently attached glycan group(s)