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Shared Domains and Phosphorylation Sites on Protein Pages

June 24, 2014

We have redesigned the Protein page to include a new tabular display of protein domains. This table provides the identifier for each domain and illustrates the respective locations of the domains within the protein. In addition to this new table, the domains are displayed in an interactive network diagram that presents the proteins that share these domains with your protein of interest (see figure below, left).

Another new feature on the Protein page is the display of phosphorylation sites within the protein’s sequence (as curated by BioGRID). This feature is available for both the reference strain S288C and other commonly used S. cerevisae strains, using the pull-down to select the desired strain view (see figure below, right) .

Left: Proteins (gray circles) that share domains (colored squares) with Fas1p (yellow circle). Right: an example of some of the phosphorylation sites in Swe1p (red residues).

Proteins that share domains with Fas1p

Swe1p protein sequence and phophorylation sites highlighted in red.