The OWL database is a non-redundant protein sequence database produced from the following source databases:
The Web version derived from OWL has hot links to the following Databases:
Many of which have links among themselves and to other databases.
No two sequences in this database are exactly the same and no two sequences show only `trivial' differences (see the first reference for the definition of triviality.)
You may search this database using booleans (and, or, not), nested booleans, wildcards (*), and phrase searches (" ").
For Example: A search for -
kinase and 3d
will pull out all the kinases whose 3d structure is known.
A search for -
kinase and 3d not mouse
will pull out all the kinases whose 3d structure is known from all organisms except the mouse.
Experimental: If you're feeling a bit more ambitious you can also do nested booleans - just use parenthesis to define the different parts of your search:
kinase and (serine or tyrosine) not threonine
Bleasby, A.J. and Wootton, J.C. (1990) Prot. Engng. 3(3):153-9
Note: Some of these database entries contain images - if you have a very slow connection to the internet (like working over a phone line with SLIP or PPP), you might want to turn your Display Inline Images option off.
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