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Cite this (3D-Interologs, RRID:SCR_003101)

URL: http://gemdock.life.nctu.edu.tw/3D-Interologs

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, production service resource, analysis service resource, database, service resource, data or information resource

Database of physical protein-protein interactions across multiple genomes. Based on 3D-domain interolog mapping and a scoring function, protein-protein interactions are inferred by using three-dimensional (3D) structure heterodimers to search the UniProt database. For a query protein, the database utilizes BLAST to identify homologous proteins and the interacting partners from multiple species. Based on the scoring function and structure complexes, it provides the statistic significances, the interacting models (e.g. hydrogen bonds and conserved amino acids), and functional annotations of interacting partners of a query protein. The identification of orthologous proteins of multiple species allows the study of protein-protein evolution, protein functions, and cross-referencing of proteins.

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    3DSwap

Cite this (3DSwap, RRID:SCR_004133)

URL: http://caps.ncbs.res.in/3dswap/index.html

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

Curated knowledegbase of protein structures that are reported to be involved in 3-dimensional domain swapping. 3DSwap provides literature curated information and structure related information about 3D domain swapping in proteins. Information about swapping, hinge region, swapped region, extent of swapping, etc. are extracted from original research publications after extensive literature curation.

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    Abazyme

Cite this (Abazyme, RRID:SCR_001139)

URL: http://www.abazyme.com/

Resource Type: Resource, biomaterial supply resource, reagent supplier, material resource, antibody supplier

Commercial antibody supplier that provides reagents such as immunoassay kits, antibodies, and proteins as well as custom services such as antigen preparation, sequencing and engineering.

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    Abgent

Cite this (Abgent, RRID:SCR_008393)

URL: http://abgent.com

Resource Type: Resource, antibody supplier, core facility, service resource, access service resource, reagent supplier, material resource

An antibody supplier and core facility.

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    Ablynx

Cite this (Ablynx, RRID:SCR_002940)

URL: http://www.Ablynx.com

Resource Type: Resource, reagent manufacture, service resource, production service resource, material service resource

A biopharmaceutical company engaged in the discovery and development of Nanobodies, a novel class of antibody-derived therapeutic proteins based on single-domain antibody fragments, for a range of serious life-threatening human diseases including inflammation, hematology, oncology and pulmonary disease.

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Cite this (A Classification of Mobile genetic Elements, RRID:SCR_001694)

URL: http://aclame.ulb.ac.be/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

A database dedicated to the collection and classification of mobile genetic elements (MGEs) from various sources, comprising all known phage genomes, plasmids and transposons. In addition to provide information on the full genomes and genetic entities, it aims at building a comprehensive classification of the functional modules of MGE's at the protein, gene, and higher levels. Prophinder, a tool dedicated to the detection of prophages in sequenced bacterial genomes, is available on ACLAME.

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Cite this (Adaptive Poisson-Boltzmann Solver, RRID:SCR_008387)

URL: http://www.poissonboltzmann.org/apbs/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource

APBS is a software package for modeling biomolecular solvation through solution of the Poisson-Boltzmann equation (PBE), one of the most popular continuum models for describing electrostatic interactions between molecular solutes in salty, aqueous media. APBS was designed to efficiently evaluate electrostatic properties for such simulations for a wide range of length scales to enable the investigation of molecules with tens to millions of atoms. It also provides implicit solvent models of nonpolar solvation which accurately account for both repulsive and attractive solute-solvent interactions. APBS uses FEtk (the Finite Element ToolKit) to solve the Poisson-Boltzmann equation numerically. FEtk is a portable collection of finite element modeling class libraries written in an object-oriented version of C. It is designed to solve general coupled systems of nonlinear partial differential equations using adaptive finite element methods, inexact Newton methods, and algebraic multilevel methods.

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Cite this (Addiction Research GPCR Assay Bank, RRID:SCR_002895)

URL: http://www.duke.edu/web/gpcr-assay/index.html

Resource Type: Resource, production service resource, biomaterial supply resource, material service resource, service resource, cell repository, material resource, biomaterial manufacture

Describes data from and access to permanent cell lines containing beta-arrestin fluorescent protein biosensors. This assay Bank provides plasmids, cells lines, and resulting data to the NIDA/NIH funded research community in order to better understand and combat addiction.

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Cite this (AgedBrainSYSBIO, RRID:SCR_003825)

URL: http://www.agedbrainsysbio.eu/

Resource Type: Resource, organization portal, portal, consortium, data or information resource

Consortium focused on identifying the foundational pathways responsible for the aging of the brain, with a focus on Late Onset Alzheimer's disease. They aim to identify the interactions through which the aging phenotype develops in normal and in disease conditions; modeling novel pathways and their evolutionary properties to design experiments that identify druggable targets. As early steps of neurodegenerative disorders are expected to impact synapse function the project will focus in particular on pre- or postsynaptic protein networks. The concept is to identify subsets of pathways with two unique druggable hallmarks, the validation of interactions occurring locally in subregions of neurons and a human and/or primate accelerated evolutionary signature. The consortium will do this through six approaches: * identification of interacting protein networks from recent Late-Onset Alzheimer Disease-Genome Wide Association Studies (LOAD-GWAS) data, * experimental validation of interconnected networks working in subregion of a neuron (such as dendrites and dendritic spines), * inclusion of these experimentally validated networks in larger networks obtained from available databases to extend possible protein interactions, * identification of human and/or primate positive selection either in coding or in regulatory gene sequences, * manipulation of these human and/or primate accelerated evolutionary interacting proteins in human neurons derived from induced Pluripotent Stem Cells (iPSCs) * modeling predictions in drosophila and novel mouse transgenic models * validation of new druggable targets and markers as a proof-of-concept towards the prevention and cure of aging cognitive defects. The scientists will share results and know-how on Late-Onset Alzheimer Disease-Genome Wide Association Studies (LOAD-GWAS) gene discovery, comparative functional genomics in mouse and drosophila models, in mouse transgenic approaches, research on human induced pluripotent stem cells (hiPSC) and their differentiation in vitro and modeling pathways with emphasis on comparative and evolutionary aspects. The four European small to medium size enterprises (SMEs) involved will bring their complementary expertise and will ensure translation of project results to clinical application.

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Cite this (Aggrescan: The Hot Spot Finder, RRID:SCR_008403)

URL: http://bioinf.uab.es/aggrescan/

Resource Type: Resource, analysis service resource, data analysis service, service resource, production service resource

Web-based tool for identifying hot spots of aggregation in polypeptides. Aggrescan uses an aggregation-propensity scale for natural amino acids derived from in vivo experiments and on the assumption that short and specific sequence stretches modulate protein aggregation. The algorithm is shown to identify a series of protein fragments involved in the aggregation of disease-related proteins and to predict the effect of genetic mutations on their deposition propensities. It also provides new insights into the differential aggregation properties displayed by globular proteins, natively unfolded polypeptides, amyloidogenic proteins and proteins found in bacterial inclusion bodies.

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    AgingDB

Cite this (AgingDB, RRID:SCR_010226)

URL: http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11357-003-0002-y

Resource Type: Resource, service resource, data or information resource, data repository, storage service resource, database

A database that stores information on the biomolecules which are modulated during aging and by caloric restriction (CR). To enhance its usefulness, data collected from studies of CR''''s anti-oxidative action on gene expression, oxidative stress, and many chronic age-related diseases are included. AgingDB is organized into two sections A) apoptosis and the various mitochondrial biomolecules that play a role in aging; B) nuclear transcription factors known to be_sensitive to oxidative environment. AgingDB features an imagemap of biomolecular signal pathways and visualized information that includes protein-protein interactions of biomolecules. Authorized users can submit a new biomolecule or edit an existing biomolecule to reflect latest developments.

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Cite this (Algal Functional Annotation Tool, RRID:SCR_012034)

URL: http://pathways.mcdb.ucla.edu/algal/

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, database, analysis service resource, production service resource, service resource, data or information resource

Tools to search gene lists for functional term enrichment as well as to dynamically visualize proteins onto pathway maps. Additionally, integrated expression data may be used to discover similarly expressed genes based on a starting gene of interest.

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Cite this (Alignable Tight Genomic Cluster, RRID:SCR_001894)

URL: http://atgc.lbl.gov/atgc/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

ATGC stands for Alignable Tight Genomic Cluster, which is cluster of closely related prokaryotic genomes. ATGC is the principal notion of this web resource. The purpose of this web resource is to prepare ATGC-derived data sets for a variety of research projects in functional and evolutionary genomics. Unique features of ATGC include: * Reliable identification of orthologs (high degree of similarity between the genomes in the set allow an extensive use of synteny in ortholog identification); * Fine granularity of protein classification (in comparisons of more distant genomes, proteins belonging to families of paralogs are often lumped into a singlegroup; under the ATGC approach, comparison of genomic sequences from highly similar genomes allows one to track each set of orthologs separately); * Relative rarity of changes of any kind (in sequence, genome organization and gene content) allows the use of parsimony-related methods of analysis.

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Cite this (Allopathfinder, RRID:SCR_002702)

URL: https://simtk.org/home/allopathfinder

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, software application, source code

Software application and code base that allows users to compute likely allosteric pathways in proteins. The underlying assumption is that residues participating in allosteric communication should be fairly conserved and that communication happens through residues that are close in space. The initial application for the code provided was to study the allosteric communication in myosin. Myosin is a well-studied molecular motor protein that walks along actin filaments to achieve cellular tasks such as movement of cargo proteins. It couples ATP hydrolysis to highly-coordinated conformational changes that result in a power-stroke motion, or "walking" of myosin. Communication between a set of residues must link the three functional regions of myosin and transduce energy: the catalytic ATP binding region, the lever arm, and the actin-binding domain. They are investigating which residues are likely to participate in allosteric communication pathways. The application is a collection of C++/QT code, suitable for reproducing the computational results of the paper. (PMID 17900617) In addition, they provide input and alignment information to reproduce Figure 3 (a key figure) in the paper. Examples provided will show users how to use AlloPathFinder with other protein families, assumed to exhibit an allosteric communication. To run the application a multiple sequence alignment of representative proteins from the protein family is required along with at least one protein structure.

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Cite this (Alternate Splicing - induced ALteration of Protein Structure, RRID:SCR_007554)

URL: http://as-alps.nagahama-i-bio.ac.jp

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

This database, AS-ALPS (Alternative Splicing-induced ALteration of Protein Structure), is aimed at providing useful information to analyze effect of AS on protein interaction and network through alteration of protein structure. In AS-ALPS, regions of amino acid sequences changed by AS (AS regions) which are detected in human and mouse transcript sequences in H-InvDB, FANTOM and RefSeq, are linked to information extracted from PDB about residues forming hydrophobic cores and inter-molecular interaction sites. This makes it possible to directly infer whether protein structure and/or interaction are affected by each AS event. In addition, AS-ALPS provides links to a protein network database KEGG, making it easy to know which network and which node in the network can be influenced by AS. :Sponsors: This database was supported by a grant of the Genome Network Project from Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology of Japan. :

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Cite this (Alternative Splicing Database, RRID:SCR_007555)

URL: http://www.eurasnet.info/tools/asdatabases

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

It has been established with the intention of assembling in a central, publicly accessible site information about alternatively spliced genes, their products and expression patterns. Version 2.1 of ASDB consists of two divisions, ASDB(proteins) , which contains amino acid sequences, and ASDB(nucleotides) with genomic sequences.
SWISS-PROT uses two formats for description of alternative splicing Thus the protein sequences were selected from SWISS-PROT using full text search for both the words alternative splicing (usually in the CC lines) and varsplic (in the FT lines). In order to group proteins that could arise by alternative splicing of the same gene, we developed the clustering procedure. Two proteins were linked if they had a common fragment of at least 20 amino acids, and clusters were initially defined as maximum connected groups of linked proteins. It turned out that some clusters were chimeric, in the sense that they contained members of multi-gene families, but not alternatively spliced variants of one gene. Therefore the multiple alignments were subject to additional analysis aimed at detection of chimeric clusters.
Each cluster is represented by multiple alignment of its members constructed using CLUSTALW. The distribution of cluster size, representation of species and other relevant statistics of ASDB(proteins) can be accessed through the links below.
This processing covers the cases when alternatively spliced variants are described in separate SWISS-PROT entries. The other kinds of ASDB records, originating from the SWISS-PROT entries with the varsplic field in the feature table, usually describe the proteins that are not part of any cluster. In these cases, the information on the variable fragments of the several proteins which result from the alternative splicing of a single gene is contained in the entry itself. ASDB(proteins) entries are marked with different symbols to allow for easy differentiation among the three types: those proteins which are part of the ASDB clusters and the corresponding multialignments, those which have the information on different variants in the associated SWISS-PROT entries, and those for which the information on the variants is not available at the present time. ASDB contains internal links between entries and/or clusters, as well as external links to Medline, GenBank and SWISS-PROT entries.
The ASDB(nucleotides) division was generated by collecting all GenBank entries containing the words alternative splicing and further selection of those entries that contain complete gene sequences (all CDS fields are complete, i.e. they do not have continuation signs).
Sponsors: This work was supported by the Director, Office of Energy Research, Office of Biological and Environmental Research, of the US Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-ACO3-76SF00098. Additional support came from grants from the Russian Fund of Basic Research (99-04-48347), the Russian State Scientific Program Human Genome (65/99), and the Merck Genome Research Institute (244).

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    ALTER

Cite this (ALTER, RRID:SCR_015968)

URL: http://sing.ei.uvigo.es/ALTER/

Resource Type: Resource, image analysis software, data analysis software, data processing software, alignment software, software application, sequence analysis software, web application, software resource

Web application to perform program-oriented conversion of DNA and protein alignments and transform between multiple sequence alignment formats. ALTER focuses on the specifications of mainstream alignment and analysis programs rather than on the conversion among more or less specific formats.

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Cite this (AltSplice Database of Alternative Spliced Events, RRID:SCR_008162)

URL: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/asd/altsplice/index.html

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

AltSplice is a computer generated high quality data set of human transcript-confirmed splice patterns, alternative splice events, and the associated annotations. This data is being integrated with other data that is generated by other members of the ASD consortium. The ASD project will provide the following in its three year duration: -human curated database of alternative spliced genes and their properties -a computer generated database of alternatively spliced genes and their properties -the integration of the above and newly found knowledge in a user-friendly interface and research workbench for both bioinformaticists and biologists -DNA chips that are based on the data in the above databases -the DNA chips will be used to test against predisposition for and diagnoses of human diseases ASD aims to analyse this mechanism on a genome-wide scale by creating a database that contains all alternatively spliced exons from human, and other model species. Disease causing mutations seem to induce aberrations in the process of splicing and its regulation. The ASD consortium will develop a DNA microarray (chip) that contains cDNAs of all the splicing regulatory proteins and their isoforms, as well as a chip that contains a number of disease relevant genes. We will concentrate on three models of disease (breast cancer, FTDP-17, male infertility) in which a connection between mis-splicing and a pathological state has been observed. Finally, these chips will be developed as demonstrative kits to detect predisposition for and diagnosis of such diseases. Categories: Nucleotide Sequences: Gene Structure, Introns and Exons, & Splice Sites Databases

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Cite this (Alzforum Antibody Directory for Neuroscience Research, RRID:SCR_013601)

URL: http://www.alzforum.org/res/com/ant/

Resource Type: Resource, data or information resource, database

The Alzheimer Research Forum is the web''s most dynamic scientific community dedicated to understanding Alzheimer''s disease and related disorders. It also contains a database of providers of antibodies directed against several hundred molecules and proteins of relevant to research on Alzheimer and other neurodegenerative diseases. The web site reports on the latest scientific findings, from basic research to clinical trials; creates and maintains public databases of essential research data and reagents, and produces discussion forums to promote debate, speed the dissemination of new ideas, and break down barriers across the numerous disciplines that can contribute to the global effort to cure Alzheimer''s disease. The ARF team of professional science writers and editors, information technology experts, web developers and producers all work closely with our distinguished and diverse Advisory Board to ensure a high-quality of information and services. We very much welcome our readers'' participation in all aspects of the web site. Sponsors: The Alzheimer Research Forum is an independent nonprofit organization. It is supported by grants and individual donations.

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    AmiGO

Cite this (AmiGO, RRID:SCR_002143)

URL: http://amigo.geneontology.org/

Resource Type: Resource, data analysis service, database, analysis service resource, software application, production service resource, service resource, software resource, data or information resource

Official Web-based tools for searching and browsing the Gene Ontology database, which consists of a controlled vocabulary of terms covering biological concepts, and a large number of genes or gene products whose attributes have been annotated using GO terms. It can be accessed online at the main installation or deployed locally. The Gene Ontology project is a major bioinformatics initiative with the aim of standardizing the representation of gene and gene product attributes across species and databases. AmiGO can be used to:
* search for a gene or gene product, or a list of gene or gene products, and view the GO term associations
* perform a sequence identity BLAST search and view the GO term associations for the genes or proteins returned
* search for GO terms and view the genes or gene products they are annotated to
* browse the GO ontology and view terms
* the slimmer tool can be used to map the granular annotations of the query set of genes to one or more high-level
* term enrichment tool is used to discover what a set of genes may have in common by examining annotations and finding significant shared GO terms.
* GOOSE is for advanced users who want to run custom SQL queries against the GO database.

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