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SulfAtlas: The Database of Sulfatases
Citation
Barbeyron T., Brillet-Guéguen L., Carré W., Carrière C., Caron C., Czjzek M., Hoebeke M., Michel G. 2016. Matching the Diversity of Sulfated Biomolecules: Creation of a Classification Database for Sulfatases Reflecting Their Substrate Specificity. PLoS One; 11(10):e0164846
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Description
In the context of the explosion of genomic data, the functional annotation of sulfatases is thus particularly prone to flaws and misinterpretations. A classification system allowing for a better prediction of substrate specificity and for setting the limit of functional annotations was therefore urgently needed for sulfatases. SulfAtlas describes the family and sub-families of structurally-related sulfatases. Sub-families are created based on phylogenetic analyses and essentially correspond to different substrate specificities. more

Database contents Sulfatases: 35,091 Families : 4 Families Name : Sulfatases S: 1 30,727 S: 2 1,431 S: 3 2,838 S: 4 95 Taxonomy: All (35,090) Archaea (173) Bacteria (29,428) Eukaryota (5,465) Viruses (3) Structure (27)

Scope
Themes:
Biology, Biology > Organic (& bio-) chemistry
Keywords:
Aquaculture, Data, Diversity, Education & Training, Phylogenetics, Sulfatases

Parameter
Amino acids


Dataset status: In Progress
Data type: Data products
Data origin: Data collection
Release date: 2016-11-02
Metadatarecord created: 2018-05-22
Information last updated: 2018-05-23
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