Luc PV and Tempst P (2004) PINdb: a database of nuclear protein complexes from human and yeast. Bioinformatics 20(9):1413-5
Abstract: SUMMARY: Proteins Interacting in the Nucleus database (PINdb) is a database of protein complexes purified from the nucleus of human and yeast cells. It is compiled from the published literature and existing databases. Currently, PINdb contains mostly protein complexes that may be involved in gene transcription. To facilitate comparative analyses and identification of protein complexes, the compositional information is integrated with standardized gene nomenclature, annotation and protein sequences from public databases. The PINdb web interface provides a number of tools for (1) comparison of protein complexes, (2) search for a protein complex by its published name or by a partial list of its components and (3) browsing specific subsets or a functional classification of the complexes. Availablity: http://pin.mskcc.or.
|Status: Published||Type: Journal Article||PubMed ID: 15087322|
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