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Comparison of palmitoyl-proteomes

This tool aims to compare multiple palmitoyl-proteomes, from the same or different species. In order to simplify the results, we decided to apply the comparison at the level of genes. To do so, UniProtKB/TrEMBL were merged to the corresponding UniProtKB/SwissProt entry. Hits reported from targeted studies are also reported if they are also found in palmitoyl-proteomes or not (0 palmytoyl-proteome studies). It is possible to select the species on which to map the results using OrthoDB and OMA.
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OrganismCell typeStudies
Arabidopsis thaliana Heyn Col-4 ecotype root cell suspension 1Hemsley PA et al. (2013) 
Homo sapiens 174 x CEM.T1 2Colquhoun DR et al. (2015) 
Homo sapiens B-cell 3Ivaldi C et al. (2012) 
Homo sapiens Brain 4Pinner AL et al. (2016) 
Homo sapiens DU145 5Yang W et al. (2010) , 6Yang W et al. (2010) , 7Yang W et al. (2010) 
Homo sapiens HEK293 8Forrester MT et al. (2011) , 9Peng T et al. (2015) , 10Peng T et al. (2015) 
Homo sapiens HUVEC 11Wei X et al. (2013) 
Homo sapiens Jurkat 12Martin BR et al. (2009) , 13Wilson JP et al. (2011) , 14Morrison E et al. (2015) 
Homo sapiens MCF7 15Hernandez JL et al. (2016) 
Homo sapiens Platelet 16Dowal L et al. (2011) 
Homo sapiens Primary CD4 + T cells 17Morrison E et al. (2015) 
Homo sapiens RPE-1 18Serwa RA et al. (2015) 
Homo sapiens SW480 19Fang C et al. (2016) 
Homo sapiens Umbilical vein blood 20Marin EP et al. (2012) 
Mus musculus 3T3-L1 and epididymal fat pads 21Ren W et al. (2013) 
Mus musculus BW5147-derived mouse T-cell hybridoma cell 22Martin BR et al. (2012) 
Mus musculus Brain 23Wan J et al. (2013) , 24Collins MO et al. (2017) 
Mus musculus DC2.4 25Chesarino NM et al. (2014) 
Mus musculus Dendritic cell 26Yount JS et al. (2010) 
Mus musculus MEF 27Chesarino NM et al. (2014) 
Mus musculus Macrophage Raw 264.7 28Merrick BA et al. (2011) 
Mus musculus Neural stem cell 29Li Y et al. (2012) 
Mus musculus liver 30Gould NS et al. (2015) , 31Shen LF et al. (2017) 
Neosartorya fumigata (strain CEA10 / CBS 144.89 / FGSC A1163) conidia 32Upadhyay S et al. (2016) 
Plasmodium falciparum (isolate 3D7) Whole organism 33Jones ML et al. (2012) , 34Jones ML et al. (2012) 
Rattus norvegicus Brain 35Edmonds MJ et al. (2017) , 36Edmonds MJ et al. (2017) 
Rattus norvegicus Cortical neuron 37Kang R et al. (2008) 
Saccharomyces cerevisiae (strain ATCC 204508 / S288c) Isogenic LRB759 38Roth AF et al. (2006) 
Schizosaccharomyces pombe Whole organism 39Zhang MM et al. (2013) 
Toxoplasma gondii Whole organism 40Caballero MC et al. (2016)