DPInteract: Field Abbreviations
Each line (except blank ones) in the database is prefixed with a two-character
abbreviation which marks the type of information (field) found on that line.
- AC ACcession number a permanent serial number for a particular
entry in the database
(most don't have this yet)
- AN Alternate Name(s) additional gene symbols (see GN)
- BC Binding Comment free-form comment on binding site data
- BN Binding Non-site site which has been shown to NOT bind the
protein of interest
- BP Binding Potential site which may bind the protein, based on
similarity or other evidence
- BS Binding Site site which has been shown to bind the protein
of interest by footprinting or SELEX
- CM CoMment free-form, general comment
- DE DEscription description of the protein
- GN Gene Name standard genetic symbol for this protein
- ID ID the name of this entry (this is not guaranteed
to be permanent -- see AC)
- MA Matrix Adenosine values for A in a matrix
- MC Matrix Cytosine values for C in a matrix
- MG Matrix Guanosine values for G in a matrix
- MT Matrix Thymosine values for T in a matrix
- OS Organism Species genus and species for this organism
- PC Protein Class the structural class to which this protein belongs
- PF Protein Family the protein family to which this protein belongs
- RA Reference Authors citation authors
- RC Reference Comment free-form comments on the citation
- RL Reference Keyword(s) keywords for this citation, from a restricted vocabulary
- RL Reference Line the citation
- RM Reference Medline Medline UID for this citation
- RT Reference Title title of the citation
- RX Reference Xref Cross-reference to a bibliographic database (other than Medline)
- SC Section Section; some of the larger entries are organized into sub-sections
- SP SwissProt SwissProt cross-reference
- XR X-Reference Cross-reference to another database,
or to another entry in this database.
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Note: This database copyright 1994 Harvard University.
Robison, K., and Church, G.M. DPInteract: A database on DNA-protein interactions. (1994). Electronically published and manuscript in preparation.
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