databank for the sizes of proteins

POSTMASTER at NBRF.GEORGETOWN.EDU POSTMASTER at NBRF.GEORGETOWN.EDU
Tue Jul 5 16:47:44 EST 1994


In message <2vc93c$uje at mule.fhcrc.org> Shu-Chih Chen (schen at fred.fhcrc.org)
asked:
> We observed a change in the abundance for a protein in the low 30kD 
> region, and am interested in knowing what the protien could be.  It is
> in a mammalian cell line.  My question is whether there is a databank
> in which one could search by the sizes of protiens.  If not, would
> anyone be interested in helping constructing one.  We could do this
> by cooperating with the preexisting databank servers.

This information and search capability are already available.  The ATLAS
program distributed on the CD-ROM with the PIR-International Protein Sequence
Data Base provides easily usable capabilities for searching protein sequences
by estimated molecular weight ranges in conjunction with other search
strategies.  The PIR Network Request Server can search for protein sequences
by estimated chain length ranges.  For more information, request HELP from
FILESERV at NBRF.Georgetown.EDU.
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