Attention: World-2DPAGE is no longer maintained. Previously submitted data can still be queried at World-2DPAGE Repository.
SWISS-2DPAGE Release 19.0
23 May 2011
Release 19.0 of the SWISS-2DPAGE database of proteins identified on 2-D and 1-D PAGE is now available.
The current release contains 1265 entries in 36 reference maps from human (Liver, Plasma, HepG2, Red blood cells, Lymphoma, HepG2 Secreted Proteins, Cerebrospinal Fluid, Macrophage Like Cell Line, Erythroleukemia Cell, Platelet, Kidney, Promyelocytic Leukemia Cells, Colorectal epithelia cells, Colorectal adenocarcinoma cell line (DL-1), Soluble nuclear proteins and matrix from liver tissue,
SDS-PAGE and 2-D PAGE of nucleolar proteins from Human HeLa cells, Lymphocyte,
from mouse (Liver, Gastrocnemius muscle, Pancreatic islet cells, Brow adipose tissue, White adipose tissue, Soluble nuclear proteins and matrix from liver tissue),
Arabidopsis thaliana, Dictyostelium discoideum,
Escherichia coli (for 7 pI ranges: 3.5 - 10, 4 - 5, 4.5 - 5.5, 5 - 6, 5.5 - 6.7, 6 - 9, 6 - 11; and DIGE 4.5 - 6.5),
Saccharomyces cerevisiae and
1. Availability of SWISS-2DPAGE
Through the ExPASy server: the most efficient and user-friendly way to browse interactively in SWISS-2DPAGE, with active links to other databases.
SWISS-2DPAGE has been updated using the new version of the Make2D-DB II package.
Make2D-DB II is a freely available tool to create, convert, interconnect and keep up-to-date proteomics databases; which has been developed by the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics.
We are continuing on our efforts in promoting the large proteomics data network, with
high-level annotations, and where SWISS-2DPAGE and remote proteomics
databases are searchable from a single point of access. The
World-2DPAGE Portal is available as a portal to the
accessible proteomics databases, also built with the Make2D-DB package.
World-2DPAGE Portal is accessible at: http://world-2dpage.expasy.org/portal where one can query simultaneously a large set of proteomics databases, in addition to SWISS-2DPAGE.