How To Use - Protein Database
The Protein Lounge Protein Database contains all important information for proteins such as reviews, signaling pathways, disease association, sequences, publications and reagent lists. Typically, in order to obtain such a variety of data for a protein one has to search multiple databases. In the Protein Lounge Protein Database all of this information is placed in a well-organized folder, which allows easy access in one page. Each of the gene/protein sequence listed in the protein databases is interlinked to our online sequence analysis tools such as protein sequence hydroplotting, PCR cloning, siRNA target prediction, and peptide target prediction and sequence comparison tools. The coding regions of all the mRNA sequences have been highlighted. Data in the protein database has been scrutinized by our scientists to insure their accuracy and are up to date.