Membranome 2.0 database

GHR_HUMAN » Growth hormone receptor

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Membranome database provides structural and functional data about single-spanning (bitopic) transmembrane proteins of six organisms (human, thale cress flowering plant, slim mold, baker's yeast, gut eubacteria, thermophilic methanogenic archaeabacteria) representing all kingdoms of life.

It includes evolutionary classification, topology and intracellular localization of bitopic proteins, protein-protein interactions and known protein complexes, links to three-dimensional structures and metabolic pathways, and computationally generated models of transmembrane domains optimized in the lipid bilayer.

Version 2.0 includes models of parallel transmembrane homodimers generated by TMDOCK (see dimer verification page).

In citing the Membranome database please refer to
Lomize AL, Lomize MA, Krolicki SR, Pogozheva ID (2017) Membranome: a database for proteome-wide analysis of single-pass membrane proteins. Nucleic Acids Res. 45(D1), D250-D255. (PubMed) and
Lomize AL, Hage JM, Pogozheva ID (2017) Membranome 2.0: database for proteome-wide profiling of bitopic proteins and their dimers. Bioinformatics 2018 34(6):1061-1062. (PubMed)

For an explanation of the TMDOCK method please refer to
Lomize AL, Pogozheva ID (2016) TMDOCK: an energy-based method for modeling alpha-helical dimers in membranes. J Mol Biol. (2017) 429(3), 390-398. (PubMed)

For more information on bitopic proteins please refer to
Pogozheva ID, Lomize AL (2017) Evolution and adaptation of single-pass transmembrane proteins. Biochim. Biophys. Acta. 1860(2)364-377. (PubMed)

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