Advances in Bioinformatics / 2010 / Article / Fig 3

Review Article

Protein Bioinformatics Infrastructure for the Integration and Analysis of Multiple High-Throughput “omics” Data

Figure 3

iProClass data warehouse batch retrieval tool web form and result page. (1) Retrieval Box: it shows the user's query ID and also allows the user to perform a new retrieval; (2) Display Options: it allows the user to choose the columns to be displayed; (3) Save Results As: the output can be saved to the user's local computer. The results will be saved for selected entries or, if no proteins are selected, for all entries; (4) Analyze: BLAST, FASTA, Pattern Match, Multiple Alignment, and Domain Display: retrieved entries can be further analyzed using the sequence analysis programs available on the results page; (5) Results Display: search results are displayed in a table; (6) GO Slim: it shows smaller versions of the Gene Ontologies (GO) containing a subset of the terms in the whole GO. They give a broad overview of the ontology content without the detail of the specific fine grained terms; (7) Show match list: it shows a table mapping the user's query IDs with the UniProtKB/UniParc IDs.
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