New Yeast WWW Databases Available

Jerry Latter latter at isis.cshl.org
Sun Nov 27 22:17:51 EST 1994


The QUEST Protein Database Center is a resource for the construction
and analysis of 2D gel protein databases. A Saccharomyces cerevisiae 2D
gel protein database and a WWW version of YPD the non-redundant Yeast
Protein Database have been added to the QUEST server.

The QUEST WWW server is located at "http://siva.cshl.org/index.html" 

The server currently contains:

	2D gel protein databases:
		Rat (REF52 cell line)
		Yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae)
	YPD - The non-redundant Yeast Protein Database
	Information on the Quest II 2D Gel Database software

New additions:
 	
We have identified almost 100 proteins of S. cerevisiae on 2D gels.  On
our Yeast 2D gel WWW server one can search for proteins on 2D gels, and
then link to other yeast databases such as SacchDB at Stanford for
mapping information, SWISS-PROT or OWL for more detailed information
about the protein, or to YPD for information such as the calculated
isoelectric point, molecular weight, codon bias, subcellular
localization, and other protein properties.

Acknowledgement:

The QUEST Protein Database Center is part of the NIH Biomedical
Research Technology Program and is funded by the NIH National Center for
Research Resources (NCRR Grant P41-RR02188). Current collaborators on the 
new yeast databases are:

Tom Boutell		consultant to CSHL
Bruce Futcher		CSHL
Jim Garrels		CSHL
Ryuji Kobayashi		CSHL
Gerald Latter		CSHL
Pat Monardo		CSHL
Calvin McLaughlin	UC Irvine - Biochemistry Dept.

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Gerald Latter				email: latter at cshl.org
QUEST Protein Database Center		Tel:  In the US (516) 367-8355
Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory		Fax:  In the US (516) 367-8818
Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724		



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