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The MissingProteinPedia is a protein data and information sharing web system that aims to collate any relevant data ‘Missing proteins’ as defined by neXtProt. At its core is a schema-less database-driven web system allowing captures of all PE2-4 protein PubMed data, based on gene and protein including synonyms. The database also allows unpublished, preliminary or proprietary data (e.g., antibody, MS, cell biological and genetic studies) to be shared with collaborators via a protected interface.

MissingProteinPedia facilitates the Human Proteome Project (HPP) cross-disciplinary collaboration by providing a complimentary, unfiltered, lower stringency perspective to both the HPP metrics and guidelines approaches, enabling community evaluation and scrutiny. MissingProteinPedia incorporates text mining technology to fetch and search accumulated UniProt, GeneCards, GeneRifs, PubMed PE2-4 data. Besides, MissingProteinPedia summarizes publicly available MS data from PRIDE, GPMDB, ProteomicsDB and MaxQB for relevant PE2-4 proteins. It allows community administrators to curate information before web publication.

We encourage all visitors to browse and contribute to 'finding' these proteins by sharing any relevant information on them that we may have missed!


Showing 61-80 of 1,482 items.
Protein IDGene IDProtein NameChromosome IDGene NameTag(s) 
Q96P68OXGR12-oxoglutarate receptor 1Chromosome-132-oxoglutarate receptor 1
Q8N6G2TEX26Testis-expressed sequence 26 proteinChromosome-13Testis-expressed sequence 26 protein
Q9NX45SOHLH2Spermatogenesis- and oogenesis-specific basic helix-loop-helix-containing protein 2Chromosome-13Spermatogenesis- and oogenesis-specific basic helix-loop-helix-containing protein 2
Q14330GPR18N-arachidonyl glycine receptorChromosome-13N-arachidonyl glycine receptor
Q9Y651SOX21Transcription factor SOX-21Chromosome-13Transcription factor SOX-21
Q6T310RASL11ARas-like protein family member 11AChromosome-13Ras-like protein family member 11A
B1AL88FAM155ATransmembrane protein FAM155AChromosome-13Transmembrane protein FAM155A
Q6UYE1DLEU7Leukemia-associated protein 7Chromosome-13Leukemia-associated protein 7
P18825ADRA2CAlpha-2C adrenergic receptorChromosome-4Alpha-2C adrenergic receptor
Q02045MYL5Myosin light chain 5Chromosome-4Myosin light chain 5
Q5EBN2TRIM61Putative tripartite motif-containing protein 61Chromosome-4Putative tripartite motif-containing protein 61
Q9H720CWH43PGAP2-interacting proteinChromosome-4PGAP2-interacting protein
Q9H2H0CXXC4CXXC-type zinc finger protein 4Chromosome-4CXXC-type zinc finger protein 4
Q99954SMR3ASubmaxillary gland androgen-regulated protein 3AChromosome-4Submaxillary gland androgen-regulated protein 3A
Q8NA56TTC29Tetratricopeptide repeat protein 29Chromosome-4Tetratricopeptide repeat protein 29
A7E2U8C4orf47UPF0602 protein C4orf47Chromosome-4UPF0602 protein C4orf47
Q6ZV65FAM47EProtein FAM47EChromosome-4Protein FAM47E

Related Publications

Publications to be cited for using MPP data and services

Islam, M.T. et al. Protannotator: A Semiautomated Pipeline for Chromosome-Wise Functional Annotation of the “Missing” Human Proteome. Journal of Proteome Research 13 (1), 76-83, doi: 10.1021/pr400794x (2014)
Islam, M.T. et al. A systematic bioinformatics approach to identify high quality MS data and functionally annotate proteins and proteomes. Methods Mol. Biol.1549, 163–176, doi: 10.1007/978-1-4939-6740-7_13 (2016)
Baker, M. S. et al. Accelerating the search for the missing proteins in the human proteome. Nat. Commun. 8, 14271 doi: 10.1038/ncomms14271 (2017).
Islam, M.T. et al. Missing ProteinPedia - under preparation.


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