Search in SCOP/PALI families database

 
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General tips on searching in SCOP/PALI families database.
The search program searches for the SCOP identifier and family description.
The search page will be displayed in the same window and will be hyper-linked to SCOP/PALI families found as hits. The 'hit' regions will be highlighted.
NOTE: The searches are case-insensitive and thus you can search for any of Kinase, kinase, KiNaSe, KINase and it will fetch you the same results.

In case you want to search for kinases there can be three different ways to do it. The results obtained using the same query are shown below.
  • Using AND from the drop down menu :
If you search for "protein kinase" using 'AND' in the drop down box it will fetch you the following results:

d.17.4.7  Association domain of calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase type II alpha subunit, CAMK2A
a.4.5.56  Rio2 serine protein kinase N-terminal domain
d.13.1.1  HIT (HINT, histidine triad) family of protein kinase-interacting proteins

  • Using OR from the drop down menu :
If you search for "protein kinase" using 'OR' in the drop down box, it will fetch you the following results:

c.100.1.1 Thiamin pyrophosphokinase, catalytic domain
g.26.1.1 Antifungal protein (AGAFP)
d.17.4.5 Penicillin binding protein 2a (PBP2A), N-terminal domain
b.34.5.4 N-utilization substance G protein NusG, C-terminal domain
a.155.1.1 H-NS histone-like proteins
g.49.1.1 Protein kinase cysteine-rich domain (cys2, phorbol-binding domain)
d.45.1.2 Adaptor protein ClpS (YljA)
d.32.1.5 Hypothetical protein YecM (EC4020)
a.39.1.2 S100 proteins

  • Using Phrase from the drop down menu :
If you search for "protein kinase" using 'Phrase' in the drop down box, it will fetch you the following results:

d.17.4.7 Association domain of calcium/calmodulin-dependent protein kinase type II alpha subunit, CAMK2A
a.4.5.56 Rio2 serine protein kinase N-terminal domain
d.13.1.1 HIT (HINT, histidine triad) family of protein kinase-interacting proteins