ProGMap: an integrated annotation resource for protein orthology

@inproceedings{Kuzniar2009ProGMapAI,
  title={ProGMap: an integrated annotation resource for protein orthology},
  author={Arnold Kuzniar and Ke Lin and Ying He and Harm Nijveen and S{\'a}ndor Pongor and Jack A. M. Leunissen},
  booktitle={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2009}
}
Current protein sequence databases employ different classification schemes that often provide conflicting annotations, especially for poorly characterized proteins. ProGMap (Protein Group Mappings, http://www.bioinformatics.nl/progmap) is a web-tool designed to help researchers and database annotators to assess the coherence of protein groups defined in various databases and thereby facilitate the annotation of newly sequenced proteins. ProGMap is based on a non-redundant dataset of over 6.6… CONTINUE READING

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