ub.scan: Scan a Protein in Search of Ubiquitination Sites

Description Usage Arguments Details Value Author(s) References See Also Examples

View source: R/ptmScan.R

Description

Scans the indicated protein in search of ubiquitination sites.

Usage

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ub.scan(up_id, db = 'all')

Arguments

up_id

a character string corresponding to the UniProt ID.

db

the database where to search. It should be one among 'PSP', 'dbPTM', 'all'.

Details

If db = 'all' has been selected, it may happen that the same residue appears in several rows if it is present in different databases.

Value

Returns a dataframe where each row corresponds to a modifiable residue.

Author(s)

Juan Carlos Aledo

References

Hornbeck et al. Nucleic Acids Res. 2019 47:D433-D441, (PMID: 30445427).

Huang et al. Nucleic Acids Res. 2019 47:D298-D308, (PMID: 30418626).

See Also

meto.scan(), ac.scan(), me.scan(), p.scan(), su.scan(), gl.scan(), sni.scan(), ni.scan(), ptm.scan(), reg.scan(), dis.scan()

Examples

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## Not run: ub.scan('Q16695', db = 'PSP')

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