Users can directly link to dbSNO by SwissProt ID.
(Sep. 15, 2014)
Sep. 10, 2014
Chen's data sets have been integrated!!!
A total of 174 experimentally verified S-nitrosylation sites on 94 S-nitrosylated proteins from individualized human colorectal cancer tissues using a label-free quantitation strategy. (Chen et al., 2014) have been integrated into dbSNO 2.0.
Aug. 25, 2014
Disease databases will be annotated on dbSNO 2.0!
We integrate the three Disease database, users can investigate more diaease annotated for S-nitrosylation in dbSNO 2.0.
1. OMIM database : Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man. OMIM Database [PubMed]
July 21, 2014
PSICQUIC molecular interaction databases will be annotated on dbSNO 2.0!
PSICQUIC is an effort from the HUPO Proteomics Standard Initiative (HUPO-PSI) to standardise the access to molecular interaction databases programmatically. PSICQUIC integrate many protein-protein interaction database. (APID, BAR, bhf-ucl, BIND, BindingDB, BioGrid, ChEMBL, DIP, DrugBank, GeneMANIA, HPIDb, I2D, I2D-IMEx, InnateDB, InnateDB-IMEx, IntAct, Interoporc, iRefIndex, MatrixDB, MBInfo, mentha, MINT, MolCon, MPIDB, Reactome, Reactome-FIs, Spike, STRING, TopFind, UniProt, VirHostNet).
June 30, 2014
The S-nitrosylation sites in the PubMed database on 2014 research articles is integrated in dbSNO 2.0!
1. Sehrawat A et al. (2014) "S-Nitrosylation Analysis in Brassica juncea Apoplast Highlights the Importance of Nitric Oxide in Cold-Stress Signaling.", Journal of proteome research, Vol. 13(5):2599–2619. [PubMed]
May 10, 2014
KEGG(Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes) pathway will be annotated on dbSNO 2.0!
We integrate the KEGG pathway database, users can investigate more signaling pathway for S-nitrosylation in dbSNO 2.0. KEGG Pathway Database
April 23, 2014
PDB(Protein Data Bank) structural will be annotated on dbSNO 2.0!
We integrate the RCSB Protein Data Bank, users can investigate more protein structural for S-nitrosylation in dbSNO 2.0. RCSB Protein Data Bank(PDB)
Dec. 21, 2013
The S-nitrosylation sites in the PubMed database on 2013 research articles is integrated in dbSNO 2.0!
1. Maron BA et al. (2013) "S-nitrosothiols and the S-nitrosoproteome of the cardiovascular system.", Antioxid Redox Signal, Vol. 18(3):270-87. [PubMed]
Dec. 10, 2012
The S-nitrosylation sites in the PubMed database on 2012 research articles is integrated in dbSNO 2.0!
1. Li BQ et al. (2012) "Predict and analyze S-nitrosylation modification sites with the mRMR and IFS approaches.", Journal of proteomics, Vol. 75(5):1654–65. [PubMed]
July 10, 2012
Bioinformatics advance access published July 10, 2012
Lee TY, Chen YJ, Lu CT, Ching WC, Teng YC, Huang HD, Chen YJ. (2012) "dbSNO: a database of cysteine S-nitrosylation.", Bioinformatics, Vol. 28(17):2293-5. [PubMed]
March 15, 2012
Chen's data sets have been integrated!!!
A total of 586 experimentally verified S-nitrosylation sites from SNAP/L-cysteine-stimulated mouse endothelial cells (Chen et al., 2010) have been integrated into dbSNO.
Feb. 20, 2012
Protein disorder region will be annotated on dbSNO!
It was proposed that protein modification is associated with the protein disorder region. Thus, we integrate the protein disorder prediction tool, DISOPRED 2, to comprehensively annotate the protein entries in dbSNO. Users can investigate more structural information for protein modifications.
Jun. 10, 2012
The S-nitrosylation sites in UniProt is integrated in dbSNO!
A total of 37 experimentally verified S-Nitrosylation sites in UniProt release 2011-06 were integrated.
Jun. 9, 2012
The orthologous conserved region of protein sequences is considered!
In order to observe whether a PTM sites located in the conserved regions of protein orthologous sequences, the Clusters of Orthologous Groups of proteins (COGs), was integrated. The alignment of the protein sequences in each cluster, which was implemented by ClustalW, is provided in the resource.
Jun. 1, 2012
dbSNO 1.0 is starting up!
dbSNO is a knowledge base comprising the experimental S-Nitrosylation sites, solvent accessibility of substrate, protein secondary and tertiary structures, protein domains and protein disorder. Literature related to PTM, protein conservations and substrate specificity are also analyzed. The interface is also redesigned and enhanced to facilitate access to the resource.