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Table 1 Summary of Enhanced Organismal Databases Searchable by RAId_DbS

From: RAId_DbS: mass-spectrometry based peptide identification web server with knowledge integration

Organism DB_name Protein NP NM SP SAPs PTMs DB_size (byte)
Homo sapiens hsa 29284 35059 35031 15030 116073 84406 16,265,018
Anopheles gambiae angam 12388 12719 12706 112 350 50 6,042,277
Arabidopsis thaliana artha 29651 31740 31711 5527 5207 11977 12,318,213
Bos taurus botau 23796 26504 26491 3979 3295 15810 11,188,490
Caenorhabditis elegans caele 22563 23097 23097 2890 1045 7756 10,050,609
Canis familiaris cafam 31705 33834 33821 528 2766 4196 18,458,474
Danio rerio darer 31192 36150 36137 1552 7358 3841 14,477,794
Drosophila melanogaster drmel 17232 20207 20207 2568 5611 9290 9,796,785
Equus caballus eqcab 17300 17637 17624 171 485 1045 9,404,150
Gallus gallus gagal 18154 18724 18681 1455 1109 6522 8,728,501
Macaca mulatta mamul 32547 38141 38128 207 1370 1262 14,498,187
Mus musculus mumus 28506 35503 35451 12170 27614 61684 14,363,491
Oryza sativa orsat 26636 26784 26777 1205 1291 2182 10,679,924
Pan troglodytes patro 41464 52130 52117 482 3721 3734 20,217,986
Plasmodium falciparum plfal 5240 5267 5267 88 56 184 3,995,386
Rattus norvegicus ranor 28914 39425 39389 5569 9297 33240 15,879,569
Saccharomyces cerevisiae sacer 5699 5880 0 5807 5507 13220 2,927,330
  1. The header abbreviations in this table are explained as follows. The second column, headed by DB_name, documents the abbreviated database name for searches using standalone version of RAId_DbS. The column headed by "Protein" indicates the final number of protein clusters in the processed organismal databases. The columns headed by NP, NM, and SP summarize the breakdown of the total number of accession numbers included respectively from protein products, transcript products, and SwissProt protein entries. The columns headed by SAPs and PTMs indicate respectively the total number of annotated SAPs and PTMs included. The last column shows the database size in bytes.