Last modified September 9, 2013
This subsection of the ‘Protein attributes’ section indicates if the canonical sequence displayed by default in the entry is complete or not.
- If the sequence is complete, the term ‘Complete’ is used.
- If the sequence is a fragment, the term ‘Fragment’ is used.
- If the sequence is composed of several fragments, the term ‘Fragments’ is used (see for instance: P0C2W2). In the ‘Sequences’ section, the missing amino acids are either replaced by the letter ‘X’ (see for instance: P0C2W2) or the missing amino acids are not represented. In this case, the non-adjacent amino acids are annotated in the ‘Non-adjacent residue’ subsection of the ‘Sequence annotation (Features)’ section (see for instance: P68251).