Animal Toxins: How is Complexity Represented in Databases?
AbstractPeptide toxins synthesized by venomous animals have been extensively studied in the last decades. To be useful to the scientific community, this knowledge has been stored, annotated and made easy to retrieve by several databases. The aim of this article is to present what type of information users can access from each database. ArachnoServer and ConoServer focus on spider toxins and cone snail toxins, respectively. UniProtKB, a generalist protein knowledgebase, has an animal toxin-dedicated annotation program that includes toxins from all venomous animals. Finally, the ATDB metadatabase compiles data and annotations from other databases and provides toxin ontology. View Full-Text
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Jungo, F.; Estreicher, A.; Bairoch, A.; Bougueleret, L.; Xenarios, I. Animal Toxins: How is Complexity Represented in Databases? Toxins 2010, 2, 262-282.
Jungo F, Estreicher A, Bairoch A, Bougueleret L, Xenarios I. Animal Toxins: How is Complexity Represented in Databases? Toxins. 2010; 2(2):262-282.Chicago/Turabian Style
Jungo, Florence; Estreicher, Anne; Bairoch, Amos; Bougueleret, Lydie; Xenarios, Ioannis. 2010. "Animal Toxins: How is Complexity Represented in Databases?" Toxins 2, no. 2: 262-282.