GPCR-OKB: the G Protein Coupled Receptor Oligomer Knowledge Base

@article{Khelashvili2010GPCROKBTG,
  title={GPCR-OKB: the G Protein Coupled Receptor Oligomer Knowledge Base},
  author={George Khelashvili and Kevin C. Dorff and Jufang Shan and Marta Camacho-Artacho and Lucy Skrabanek and Bas Vroling and Michel Bouvier and Lakshmi Devi and Susan R. George and Jonathan A. Javitch and Martin J. Lohse and Graeme Milligan and Richard R. Neubig and Krzysztof Palczewski and Marc Parmentier and Jean-Philippe Pin and Gert Vriend and Fabien Campagne and Marta Filizola},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 14},
  pages={1804-5}
}
SUMMARY Rapid expansion of available data about G Protein Coupled Receptor (GPCR) dimers/oligomers over the past few years requires an effective system to organize this information electronically. Based on an ontology derived from a community dialog involving colleagues using experimental and computational methodologies, we developed the GPCR-Oligomerization Knowledge Base (GPCR-OKB). GPCR-OKB is a system that supports browsing and searching for GPCR oligomer data. Such data were manually… CONTINUE READING

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