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Re: reference to cite for ProteinData[]

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  • Subject: [mg96555] Re: reference to cite for ProteinData[]
  • From: congruentialuminaire at yahoo.com
  • Date: Mon, 16 Feb 2009 06:58:04 -0500 (EST)
  • References: <gmp0o7$bus$1@smc.vnet.net>

OK...It appears these "columns" from ProteinData[], such as
CellularComponents and MolecularFunctions comes from entries in
UniProtKB which comes from GeneOntology. For the protein listed below,
this is shown here: http://www.uniprot.org/uniprot/O95477#section_terms.

I would hope that this explanation can be confirmed or corrected and
updated in the Help Browser.

Regards..RogerW

On Feb 9, 2:32 am, congruentialumina... at yahoo.com wrote:
> Hello MathGroup:
>
> Does anyone know where this data comes from? Specifically, when I type
> the following:
>
> ProteinData["ABCA1", "BiologicalProcesses"][[8]]
>
> Mathematica emits:
>
> IntracellularCholesterolTransport
>
> This protein lists many other processes as well. Is there anyway I can
> confirm this result?
>
> Roger Williams
> Franklin Laboratory



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