Phosphorylation database - PhosphoBase version 2.0 released

Nikolaj Blom nikob at cbs.dtu.dk
Wed Dec 23 00:07:24 EST 1998


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Dear bionet reseachers,

We are pleased to announce that a major updated version of PhosphoBase
has just been released.

http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/PhosphoBase/

New features of PhosphoBase version 2.0 include:

- large increase in the number of data entries
- keyword-based search of the entire database
- pattern-based search for kinase motifs in your sequence
- www-links to Medline records and protein sequence databases


Medline abstract
----------------
PhosphoBase contains information about phosphorylated residues in
proteins
and data about peptide phosphorylation by a variety of protein kinases.
The
data are collected from literature and compiled into a common format.
The
current release of PhosphoBase (October 1998, version 2.0) comprises 414

phosphoprotein entries covering 1052 phosphorylatable serine, threonine
and
tyrosine residues. The kinetic data from peptide phosphorylation assays
for
approximately 330 oligopeptides is also included. The database entries
are
cross-referenced to the corresponding records in the Swiss-Prot protein
database and literature references are linked to MedLine records.
PhosphoBase is available via the WWW at
http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/PhosphoBase/


An article describing Phosphobase will soon appear in Nucleic Acids
Research:

"PhosphoBase, a database of phosphorylation sites: release 2.0."
Kreegipuu A, Blom N, Brunak S
Nucleic Acids Res 1999 Jan 1;27(1):237-239


Best wishes,
Nikolaj Blom


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Dear bionet reseachers,

<P>We are pleased to announce that a major updated version of PhosphoBase
has just been released.

<P><A HREF="http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/PhosphoBase/">http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/PhosphoBase/</A>

<P>New features of PhosphoBase version 2.0 include:

<P>- large increase in the number of data entries
<BR>- keyword-based search of the entire database
<BR>- pattern-based search for kinase motifs in your sequence
<BR>- www-links to Medline records and protein sequence databases
<BR>&nbsp;

<P>Medline abstract
<BR>----------------
<BR>PhosphoBase contains information about phosphorylated residues in proteins
<BR>and data about peptide phosphorylation by a variety of protein kinases.
The
<BR>data are collected from literature and compiled into a common format.
The
<BR>current release of PhosphoBase (October 1998, version 2.0) comprises
414
<BR>phosphoprotein entries covering 1052 phosphorylatable serine, threonine
and
<BR>tyrosine residues. The kinetic data from peptide phosphorylation assays
for
<BR>approximately 330 oligopeptides is also included. The database entries
are
<BR>cross-referenced to the corresponding records in the Swiss-Prot protein
<BR>database and literature references are linked to MedLine records.
<BR>PhosphoBase is available via the WWW at
<BR><A HREF="http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/PhosphoBase/">http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/databases/PhosphoBase/</A>
<BR>&nbsp;

<P>An article describing Phosphobase will soon appear in Nucleic Acids
Research:

<P>"PhosphoBase, a database of phosphorylation sites: release 2.0."
<BR>Kreegipuu A, Blom N, Brunak S
<BR>Nucleic Acids Res 1999 Jan 1;27(1):237-239
<BR>&nbsp;

<P>Best wishes,
<BR>Nikolaj Blom
<BR>&nbsp;
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e-mail: nikob at cbs.dtu.dk&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; Building 208
<A HREF="http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/nikob/">http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/nikob/</A>&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; DK-2800 Lyngby, Denmark
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