SEARCH EXAMPLES


The Fields button to the right of the Search area can be used to perform more specific and/or complex searches. When clicking the Fields button, three fields will appear under the original Search area.
The leftmost field contains the logical operators AND and NOT. The middle part contains the Field field where you can restrict your search to for example only include proteins located on a certain chromosome, having a specific subcellular location or having antibodies validated in a particular assay. Depending on your choice of Field term, one or more fields may appear to the right, allowing you to specify for example which subclass of a protein class you are interested in.
After clicking Add you can either click Search to view the results of your query or click Fields to add more search terms to your query.

Below are some examples of different types of searches that can be performed.


Chromosome and evidence search

  • To find proteins from chromosome 5 and where the HPA project have shown High or Medium evidence of expression:
Click Fields
Select Chromosome in the Field field
Select 5 in the Chromosome field
Click Add and then click Fields
The operator in the left field should be AND
Select HPA evidence in the Field field
Select High and Medium in the Score field
Click Add
Click Search

Go directly to search results

Subcellular location and protein class related search

  • To find proteins of the enzyme subclass oxidoreductases located in the mitochondria:
Click Fields
Select Subcellular location (IF) in the Field field
Select Mitochondria in the Location field
Click Add and then click Fields
Select Protein class in the Field field
Select Enzymes in the Class field
Select Oxidoreductases in the Subclass field
Click Add
Click Search

Go directly to search results