pI-Distribution in various organism?

Chris Upton cupton at uvic.ca
Tue Feb 15 20:39:12 EST 2000


In article <38a6e8cd.20339984 at news.fu-berlin.de>,
cpeter at zedat.fu-berlin.de (Christoph Peter) wrote:

> Hi everybody!
> 
> I am looking for information about the distribution of isoelectric
> points in the proteomes of various organisms but cannot find any
> publications in PubMed (probably using the wrong query terms). I
> calculated the distribution for human, yeast and E.coli from Internet
> resources, but these are _only_ ORF-pIs and I would like some theories
> and amounts, too!
> 
> Does anybody have a paper at hand I could use as a starting point?
> 
> Thanks.......................Christoph
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> Panta rhei.
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> Christoph Peter
> Berlin, Germany
> cpeter at zedat dot fu-berlin dot de
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I have a database of bacterial genomes that contains pI values for genbank
CDS regions so this is ORFs too. Let me know if this would be useful.
You could access my database via the Internet.

Chris Upton
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Dept Biochemistry and Microbiology
University of Victoria
Victoria BC




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