[Protein-analysis] Re: Coarse functional protein classification

Oznur Tastan via proteins%40net.bio.net (by otastan from gmail.com)
Sat Sep 6 13:31:19 EST 2008

that is true, there is the receptor tyrosine kinases. thanks for the EC
pointer, but it would been  great if there were some nomenclanture that
covers the whole human proteome.

On Sat, Sep 6, 2008 at 11:12 AM, Nick Theodorakis <
nick.theodorakis from gmail.com> wrote:

> On Sep 5, 5:33 pm, "Oznur Tastan" <otas... from gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hi, is anyone aware of a database which provides  functional protein
> > classification  in broad terms, for example "kinases", "receptors" would
> be
> > two protein classes. I've just checked the root terms of InterPro,  it
> was
> > still too specific for my task.
> >
> Many receptors are also kinases, you know.
> There is the EC enzyme nomenclature for classifying enzymes by the
> type of reactions they catalyze, but it's only  for enzymes and may
> not be exactly what you are looking for.
> Nick
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