USC-OGP 2-DE databaseThis is the web interface to query ' USC-OGP 2-DE database '. This database was originally developed at the Oxford Glycoproteomics Group (OGP), University of Oxford, and has been restored at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela (USC), Spain, under the responsibility of Dr. Ángel García (Platelet Proteomics Group) in collaboration with the Centro de Supercomputación de Galicia (CESGA). It contains 2DE-based proteomics info for human platelets and uveal melanoma cells.
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You can perform simple search queries:
You can also perform much more complex queries using the 'combined fields' link.
This option lets you construct your own query by combining various keywords and boolean operators (SRS-like interface).
You can choose the output fields to show and decide to save results as a text file on your own computer.
- by accession number: search USC-OGP 2-DE database by accession number or by entry name (AC or ID)
- by description, ID or gene name: search by description (DE), entry name (ID), gene name (GN) or UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot keywords (KW)
- by author: search authors list by giving an AC or an ID, or list all entries for a given author
- by spot id / serial number: search by spot ID / serial numbers
- by identification methods: search by identification methods
- by pI/Mw range: search for spots located within a pI/Mw range. You can limit your search to a specific map
Several actions can be performed for the maps:
- 'experimental info' allows you to display experimental information
for a given map.
- 'protein list' allows you to list in a table all the protein entries identified for a given reference map, with related
2-DE information on spot ID, experimental pI and Mw (read from map), mapping procedures, references, etc..
You can export the table in text format to your computer.
- 'graphical interface' is the viewer for the maps. This viewer lets you navigate graphically and zoom between the different maps. You can display all spots or just show those of particular interest.
By dragging your mouse over the different spots, available experimental information will be dynamically displayed.
Query Remote Interfaces
This interface has been configured to automatically access other similar remote interfaces. You may select one or several interfaces for your queries. Please, note that there are some few limitations on queries with remote interfaces (e.g. the 'graphical interface' does not directly access remote databases).
Note also that, by default, there is at least one selected 'local' database. If you want to exclude 'local' databases from your queries (restricting queries to remote interfaces), turn on the 'Exclude local DBs' box.
Finally, you should be aware that selecting many remote databases simultaneously will cause a slow down of your queries' response.