Creating a web link to PMAP Databases:



1. Search for cleavage events by protease description:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?protease_definition=

Example:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?protease_definition=caspase-6


2. Search for cleavage events by protease organism:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?protease_organism=

Example:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?protease_organism=Mus musculus


3. Search for cleavage events by substrate NCBI accession number:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?substrate_accession=

Example:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?substrate_accession=NP_006844


4. Search for cleavage events by substrate organism:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?substrate_organism=

Example:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?substrate_organism=Mus musculus


5. Search for cleavage events by disease:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?disease=

Example:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?disease=AIDS


6. Search for cleavage events by substrate UniProt ID:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?substrate_UniProt=

Example:

http://cutdb.burnham.org/relation/pmap2cutdb?substrate_UniProt=HGF_HUMAN