Bergen Center for Computational Science


Submitter / Source:
Franck Tanoh (about 1 year ago)

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WSDL Location:
http://api.bioinfo.no/wsdl/ELMdb.wsdl(download last cached WSDL file)

Documentation URL(s): Franck Tanoh (about 1 year ago)http://api.bioinfo.no/wsdl/ELMdb.wsdl

niallhaslam (7 months ago)http://elm.eu.org/

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__content__: http://api.bioinfo.no/clients/ELMdb.py
__content__: “ELM server: a new resource for investigating short functional sites in modular eukaryotic proteins.n
Puntervoll, P., Linding, R., GemxC3xBCnd, C., Chabanis-Davidson, S., Mattingsdal, M., Cameron, S., Martin, D. M. A., Ausiello, G., Brannetti, B., Costantini, A., n
Ferr, F., Maselli, V., Via, A., Cesareni, G., Diella, F., Superti-Furga, G., Wyrwicz, L., Ramu, C., McGuigan, C., Gudavalli, R., Letunic, I., Bork, P.,n
Rychlewski, L., KxC3xBCster, B., Helmer-Citterich, M., Hunter, W. N., Aasland, R., Gibson, T. J. (2003). Nucleic Acids Res., 31: 3625-3630.”
__content__: 1.0 (production service)
__content__: http://elm.eu.org
schema_location: http://www.bccs.uib.no/ServiceDocumentation http://api.bioinfo.no/schema/ServiceDocumentation.xsd
content: “n
ttThis is a Web service interface to the ELM database. The ELM database contains descriptions of functional sites, representations of functional sites (ELMs) and known instances of ELMs (ELMInstances).n

Franck Tanoh (about 1 year ago) Web service interface to the ELM (Eukaryotic Linear Motif) database. The ELM database contains descriptions of functional sites, representations of functional sites (ELMs) and known instances of ELMs (ELMInstances).

website: http://elm.eu.org/

Jan Christian (9 months ago)test

Login to add a description License(s): None Login to add license info Cost: No info yet Login to add cost info Usage Conditions: No info yet Login to add usage conditions info Contact Info: None Login to add contact info Publications: for this service. This can be a URI to the publication and/or a DOI. niallhaslam (7 months ago)ELM: the status of the 2010 eukaryotic linear motif resource.
doi: 10.1093/nar/gkp1016

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author = {Gould, Cathryn M. and Diella, Francesca and Via, Allegra and Puntervoll, Pal and Gemund, Christine and Chabanis-Davidson, Sophie and Michael, Sushama and Sayadi, Ahmed and Bryne, Jan Christian and Chica, Claudia and Seiler, Markus and Davey, Norman E. and Haslam, Niall and Weatheritt, Robert J. and Budd, Aidan and Hughes, Tim and Pas, Jakub and Rychlewski, Leszek and Trave, Gilles and Aasland, Rein and Helmer-Citterich, Manuela and Linding, Rune and Gibson, Toby J.},
title = {{ELM: the status of the 2010 eukaryotic linear motif resource}},
journal = {Nucl. Acids Res.},
volume = {},
number = {},
pages = {gkp1016},
doi = {10.1093/nar/gkp1016},
year = {2009},
abstract = {Linear motifs are short segments of multidomain proteins that provide regulatory functions independently of protein tertiary structure. Much of intracellular signalling passes through protein modifications at linear motifs. Many thousands of linear motif instances, most notably phosphorylation sites, have now been reported. Although clearly very abundant, linear motifs are difficult to predict de novo in protein sequences due to the difficulty of obtaining robust statistical assessments. The ELM resource at http://elm.eu.org/ provides an expanding knowledge base, currently covering 146 known motifs, with annotation that includes >1300 experimentally reported instances. ELM is also an exploratory tool for suggesting new candidates of known linear motifs in proteins of interest. Information about protein domains, protein structure and native disorder, cellular and taxonomic contexts is used to reduce or deprecate false positive matches. Results are graphically displayed in a Bar Code’ format, which also displays known instances from homologous proteins through a novel Instance Mapper’ protocol based on PHI-BLAST. ELM server output provides links to the ELM annotation as well as to a number of remote resources. Using the links, researchers can explore the motifs, proteins, complex structures and associated literature to evaluate whether candidate motifs might be worth experimental investigation.
URL = {http://nar.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/gkp1016v1},
eprint = {http://nar.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/reprint/gkp1016v1.pdf}

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