LocDB -- Protein Localization Database for Human and Arabidopsis

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Find information about human and arabidopsis protein locations.
  • LocDB is a manually curated database with experimental annotations for the subcellular localizations of proteins in Homo sapiens (HS, human) and Arabidopsis thaliana (AT, thale cress).
  • It contains entries for 19,604 UniProt proteins (HS: 13,342; AT: 6262). Each database entry contains the experimentally derived localization in Gene Ontology (GO) terminology, the experimental annotation of localization, localization predictions by state-of-the-art methods and, where available, the type of experimental information.
  • LocDB is searchable by keyword, protein name and subcellular compartment, as well as by identifiers from UniProt, Ensembl and TAIR resources.
  • Over 40% of the proteins in LocDB have multiple localization annotations providing a better platform for development of new multiple localization prediction methods with higher coverage and accuracy. Links to all referenced databases are provided.
  • protein localization
  • human protein localization
  • homo sapiens
  • arabidopsis thaliana
  • arabidposis protein localization
  • subcellular localization
This record last updated: 06-14-2011
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