Peptides can be found by:
1. ID(s) - use one (77), several (77,99) or interval (77-99) of ID(s).
4. Sequence Length
5. N Terminus, C Terminus modification types*
6. Unusual Amino Acid*
8. Complexity *
9. Synthesis Type *
10. Kingdom *
11. Source - Latin name (or part of name) of the peptide source organism should be written.
12. Target Group, Target Object of Cell - to select more than one group keep Ctrl key pressed and select the groups by mouse clicking.
13. Target Species - should be selected from autocomplete menu.
14. Nonstandard Experimental Conditions - selects peptides which activities are measured in nonstandard salt or pH conditions.
15. Hemolytic and Cytotoxic activities - selects peptides with hemolytic and/or cytotoxic activity.
16. UniPrpt ID *
17 3D Structure *
*Are presented in dropdown menu
Lowercase letter indicates D amino acid. Posttranslationally modified, unusual or artificial amino acids are depicted by X or x. To get full information about peptide one should click on "View".