Resource:Ancillary Domains Associated With Human and Mouse Proteases
|Name:||Resource:Ancillary Domains Associated With Human and Mouse Proteases|
|Description:||Domains found in human and mouse proteases colour-coded according to the catalytic class in which they appear. Some of them appear in more than one catalytic group, and two-colours are used. Yellow, aspartyl proteases; blue, cysteine proteases; green, metalloproteases; and red, serine proteases.|
|Other Name(s):||Ancillary Domains|
|Abbreviation:||Ancillary domains associated with human and mouse proteases|
|Parent Organization:||Universidad de Oviedo; Oviedo; Spain|
|Resource Type(s):||Data set|
|Related to:||Resource:Mammalian Degradome Database|
|Address:||Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Universidad de Oviedo|
|Keywords:||protease, Ancillary domain, catalytic domain, aspartyl protease, cysteine protease, metalloprotease, serine protease|
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|Abbrev||Ancillary domains associated with human and mouse proteases +|
|Address||Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology +, and Universidad de Oviedo +|
|Definition||Domains found in human and mouse proteases … Domains found in human and mouse proteases colour-coded according to the catalytic class in which they appear. Some of them appear in more than one catalytic group, and two-colours are used. Yellow, aspartyl proteases; blue, cysteine proteases; green, metalloproteases; and red, serine proteases. talloproteases; and red, serine proteases.|
|Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|Has role||Data set +|
|Is part of||Universidad de Oviedo; Oviedo; Spain +|
|Keywords||Protease +, Ancillary domain +, Catalytic domain +, Aspartyl protease +, Cysteine protease +, Metalloprotease +, and Serine protease +|
|Label||Resource:Ancillary Domains Associated With Human and Mouse Proteases +|
|ModifiedDate||11 January 2013 +|
|Page has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.||Resource +|
|RelatedTo||Resource:Mammalian Degradome Database +|
|Species||Human +, and Mouse +|
|Synonym||Ancillary Domains +|