The AspGD Domains/Motifs Page displays information on conserved sequence features for a subject AspGD protein, predicted using the InterProScan program from the InterPro database. The page lists other proteins in the same organism that share domains in common with the subject protein, and conversely lists the domains that are unique to the subject. Additionally, links are provided to search external databases directly with the subject protein sequence.
The top of the page provides a site-wide quick search, links to the major AspGD informational resources, and a bar with links to popular tools, such as a local BLAST search. Beneath this is a series of tabs linking to other locus-specific information pages, including Locus Summary, Locus History, Literature, Gene Ontology, and Phenotype.
The AspGD Proteome Browser
interactively displays conserved domains identified using the protein sequence to query the
The Domains/Motifs page displays a thumbnail image of the browser; clicking on that brings
up the browser itself.
Table providing information about other proteins (in the same organism) that also contain features identified in the query protein sequence. The table has three columns:
Table listing features found in the query protein, but which are found in no other other proteins in the organism. The table has three columns:
Table showing transmembrane domains (if any) identified in the query protein using the TMHMM program. The table has two columns:
Table showing signal peptides (if any) identified in the query protein using the SignalP program. The table has two columns:
For your convenience, we also provide several links for searching external resources with the query sequence. Depending on your specific problem or interest, one or the other of these may produce the best results for you. For specific help with any of these other resources, you will be best served at the original source. Currently we support searches of the following resources:
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To cite AspGD, please use the following reference: Cerqueira GC, Arnaud MB, Inglis DO, Skrzypek MS, Binkley G, Simison M, Miyasato SR, Binkley J, Orvis J, Shah P, Wymore F, Sherlock G, Wortman JR (2013). The Aspergillus Genome Database (AspGD): multispecies curation and incorporation of RNA-Seq data to improve structural gene annotations. Nucleic Acids Res. 42(Database issue):D705-D710; see How to cite AspGD.