[Bioc-devel] Creating an org.Hs.uniprot.db package
Johannes.Rainer at eurac.edu
Wed Sep 13 07:49:10 CEST 2017
you could check the more recent ensembldb EnsDb databases to see if
there is something in them you might need/want.
I've added protein annotations to them (as provided by Ensembl). They
contain the Ensembl protein domains, the AA sequence, all protein domain
families (as defined/linked in Ensembl) and the mapping from Ensembl
protein IDs to Uniprot (which is unfortunately not always 1:1) - and you
get the mapping to the encoding transcripts for free ;)
To play around with it I suggest you get one of the EnsDb databases from
and fetch one of those. Have also a look at the ensembldb vignette(s)
On 09/13/2017 07:02 AM, Aditya Bhagwat wrote:
> Hey guys,
> I love the org.Hs.eg.db package (and similar others for other organisms).
> I work a lot with LCMSMS proteomics data, and I have always missed a similar org.Hs.uniprot.db package, so I am thinking of creating that (and then sharing it on BioC, to benefit fellow proteomics R users).
> Would you agree that this is of general interest? (Or does this in some form already exist and have I overlooked it?)
> Thanks for your feedback!
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