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Enzyme Search
1. If you want to search for an Enzyme Commission(EC) number, enter the four-digit code describing the enzyme. Example : For EC 1.1.1.1, set "Option" to , and enter digits in the keywords field .
2. If you want to search for multiple enzymes at different enzyme classification levels, use the wildcard character. Example: For a search at the subclass level (EC 1.1._._) of oxidoreductases, set "Option" to , and enter in the keywords field.

 

PDB Search
1. If you want to search for a PDB structural entry, enter the PDB identifier. Example: For PDB entry "1S2W", set "Option" to , and enter the PDB identifier in the keywords field .
2. You can also use the wildcard character % when searching for PDB entries. Example: Set "Option" to , and enter your term with the wildcard character % in the keywords field .

 

SCOP Classification
1. If you want to search for a SCOP entry, enter the SCOP identifier. Example: For "c.37.1.8", set "Option" to , and enter the SCOP ID in the keywords field .
2. You can use the wildcard characer % when searching for SCOP entries at higher levels of classificaiton. Example: For all entries under the c.37 P-loop hydrolase fold, set "Option" to , and enter your term with the wildcard character % in the keywords field .

 

Pathway Search
1. If you want to search for a specific metabolic subnetwork, enter a term that contains the name of subnetwork. Example: For "map00240 Pyrimidine metabolism", set "Option" to , and enter your term in the Keywords field or .
2. You can also type "Pyrimidine" or "Pyri" rather than "map00240". Example: For "map00240 Pyrimidine metabolism", set "Option" to Pathway , and enter your term in the keywords field or .

   
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