MadSci Network: Biochemistry

Re: How to research protein structures on the Internet?

Date: Thu Mar 23 14:23:42 2000
Posted By: Dick van Wassenaar, Analytical PROTEIN Biochemist, Unilever Research Laboratory
Area of science: Biochemistry
ID: 953377057.Bc

Dear Robert,

The answers to your questions: 

" I need help in learning how to interpret and analyze the data regarding 
various proteins that are cataloged in database such as the ones cataloged 
in the NCBI databases. Are there any resources on the web that can assist 
me in understanding the different symbols and abbreviations used to 
describe the protein.Moreover, are there any tutorial sites on the web that 
can help me gain a better understanding of proteins?"

are as simple as they are asked but I give you no real answers.

When you have taken all the effort to locate and use to NCBI databases I 
assume that you are clever, therefore you should be able to use all the 
very good help and FAQ functions that can be found on these pages like

Furthermore, all other answers to your questions can simply be found using 
the different search machines of which I prefer the following ones:

I can image that you are disappointed with these asnwers but I think you 
need to work yourself as well,

Good luck, dick van wassenaar

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