Gramene Proteins Database
The Protein Database at Gramene provides collective information on Swissprot-Trembl protein entries from family Poaceae (Grasses).
The protein entries are annotated by associating the following three concepts of Gene Ontology (GO) .
These associations assigned are based on annotations described either in the published reports or generated by in-silico experiments. Each association is supported with an evidence (reference) and the evidence code (experiment type). To learn more on the ontologies please visit the ontology section of Gramene.
- Molecular function of the gene product (protein).
- Biological process in which the gene product (protein) is involved .
- Cellular component where the gene product (protein) is localized.
Proteins Search or Browse Options
Home Page: Introduction and Quick search - Search the Proteins database by keyword - protein name / gene name / species / cultivar/ SWISSPROT accession number / SPTrEMBL ID / Protein Sequence Identifier (Protein_ID) / Genbank GI number. Use the symbol * for wild card search (e.g. flower* for "flower", "flowers", and "flowering"). Advanced Search: Your keyword search can be restricted to any one field and/or species. By Pfam or PROSITE Search protein family term or ID, such as e.g. PF00281 , Ribosomal_L5 , PS50255 , CYTOCHROME_B5_2 Browse by GO Slim Search via Gene Ontology terms
Browse by Molecular Function Browse by Biological Process Browse by Cellular Component
Help Presents an overview on how to use the Proteins database and lists explanations of field names. Tutorial More in-depth than the help pages, use the tutorial for an exaple of using the database, see how it integrates other datasets, and get tips to increase your data search efficiency. FAQ Frequently Asked Questions - see what questions users have asked, and get the developers answers. Evidence codes Gene ontology (GO) associations Associations are based on Gramene curation. Cellular localization predictions Predotar and TargetP were used to predict localization to plastid, mitochondria and secretory vesiclular localization. The method used is described in Gramene reference 7047. Release Notes For more information about the most recent release.
For a list of data contributors, please see Collaborators and Contributors.