PROFESS

Release 1.5
(2013-08-25)







StatsDatabase Statistics

Function

eggNOG Clusters 224,847
Enzyme Classes 5,093
GO Terms 27,606
Ligands 9,330
PFAM 10,340
Protein Interactions 67,113

Evolution

Essential Genes 6,099

Structure

CATH Classes 2,178
Protein Structures 56,699
Structure Comparisons 401,967

Sequence

Protein Sequences 10,891,633

Disease

Pancreatic cancer 2,013

Other

Taxonomy 558,282
Last update: 2013-08-25

TeamDevelopment Team

Contact:    Thomas Triplet


Database Design and Programming
Peter Revesz
Thomas Triplet


Genomics
Mark A. Griep
Robert Powers
Matthew D. Shortridge
Jaime Stark

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Acknowledgements


This work was supported by grants from the Nebraska Tobacco Settlement Biomedical Research Development Funds, a Nebraska Research Council Interdisciplinary Research Grant, a Milton E. Mohr Fellowship for Biotechnology, and a Fulbright Scholarship. The research was performed at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in facilities renovated with support from NIH (RR015468-01).



Development Team


Dr. Thomas Triplet       link   link


Post-doctoral fellow with the Cellulosic Biofuel Network at Concordia University, Montreal, Qc, Canada.
Expertise in bioinformatics, data integration, database design, imaging, web development, machine learning and software engineering.



Matthew Shortridge       link   link


Ph.D. student in the Chemistry Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
Expertise in biochemical development, structural biology, bioinformatics and antibiotic resistance.



Jaime Stark       link


Ph.D. student in the Chemistry Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
Expertise and interest in structural and functional genomics, molecular docking, and high-throughput screening technologies.



Dr. Mark Griep       link   link


Associate Professor in the Chemistry Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
Expertise in antibiotics that inhibit bacterial primase and helicase, fluorescence resonance energy transfer (FRET), mass spectrometric peptide mapping, stopped-flow kinetics, computer-aided drug screening and high-throughput screening of compound libraries.



Dr. Robert Powers       link   link


Associate Professor in the Chemistry Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
Expertise in bioinformatics, NMR spectroscopy, mass spectroscopy, metabolomics, molecular modeling and structural biology to assign a biological function to novel proteins.



Dr. Peter Revesz       link   link


Professor in the Computer Science and Engineering Department at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA.
Expertise in bioinformatics, geoinformatics and various types of databases ranging from constraint databases (MLPQ system), genome databases, spatial databases and temporal databases.