Organelle DB -- a cross-species database of protein localization and function

What you can do:
Search for information on eukaryotic proteins localized to organelles and subcellular structures.
  • Organelle DB is a web-accessible relational database presenting a supplemented catalog of organelle-localized proteins and major protein complexes.
  • Organelle DB has grown by 20% since 2004 to encompass over 30,000 proteins from 138 eukaryotic organisms. Each protein in Organelle DB is presented with its subcellular localization, primary sequence and a detailed description of its function, as available.
  • All records in Organelle DB have been annotated using controlled vocabulary from the Gene Ontology consortium.
  • Protein localization data are inherently visual, and Organelle DB is a significant repository of biological images, housing 1500 micrographs of yeast cells carrying stained proteins.
  • Organelle View is an extension of Organelle DB for the interactive visualization of organelles and subcellular structures in the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae.
  • Organelle View offers a dimensional representation of a yeast cell; users can search Organelle View for proteins of interest, and the organelles housing these proteins will be highlighted in the cell image.
  • organelles proteins
  • organelles protein portal site
  • mitochondrion proteins
  • chloroplast proteins
  • thylakoid proteins
  • nucleus protein
  • endoplasmic reticulum
  • membrane proteins
  • protein complex
  • protein localizations
  • Saccharomyces cerevisiae organelles
  • yeast organelles
  • Arabidopsis thaliana organelles
  • Drosophila melanogaster organelles
  • fruitfly organelles
  • Caenorhabditis elegans organelles
  • Mus musculus organelles
  • mouse organelles
  • organellar proteomes
  • protein annotations
This record last updated: 08-18-2009
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