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PeptideMapper

The PeptideMapper Web-Service provides alignments of peptide sequence alignments to proteins, mRNA, EST, and HTC sequences from Genbank, RefSeq, UniProt, IPI, VEGA, EMBL, and HInvDb. This mapping infrastructure is supported, in part, by the compressed peptide sequence database infrastructure (Edwards, 2007) which enables a fast, suffix-tree based mapping of peptide sequences to gene identifiers and a gene-focused detailed mapping of peptide sequences to source sequence evidence. The PeptideMapper Web-Service can be used interactively or as a web-service using either HTTP or SOAP requests. Results of HTTP requests can be returned in a variety of formats, including XML, JSON, CSV, TSV, or XLS, and in some cases, GFF or BED; results of SOAP requests are returned as SOAP responses. The PeptideMapper Web-Service maps at most 20 peptides with length between 5 and 30 amino-acids in each request. The number of alignments returned, per peptide, gene, and sequence type, is set to 10 by default. The default can be changed on the interactive alignments search form or by using the max web-service parameter.

URL: http://edwardslab.bmcb.georgetown.edu/ws/peptideMapper/

Resource ID: nlx_149229     Resource Type: Resource     Version: Latest Version

Keywords

peptide, sequence, protein, alignment, expressed sequence tag, mrna, est, htc, genbank, refseq, uniprot, ipi, vega, embl, hinvdb

Curation Status

curated

Supercategory

Resource

Resource Status

Last checked up;

Abbreviation

PeptideMapper

Synonyms

PeptideMapper Web-Service, Peptide Mapper

Parent Organization

Funding Information

NCI, CA126189

Additional Resource Types

web service

Publication Link

http://www.nature.com/msb/journal/v3/n1/full/msb4100142.html

Original Submitter

Anonymous

Version Status

Curated

Submitted On

12:00am July 12, 2012

Originated From

SciCrunch

Changes from Previous Version

First Version

Version 1

Created 3 years ago by Anonymous