The following components make up GlyConnect:
Wednesday, October 11, 2023
New : Introducing a brand new Glycome Graph view, providing a comprehensive depiction of protein glycosylations derived from a selection of scientific publications. Here is an illustrative example:
Friday, July 7, 2023
Bug Fixes : The /api/glycosylations end point now returns all glycosylations when empty parameters are provided.
Friday, May 12, 2023
Improvement : The web pages have been enhanced and optimized, leading to improved response times.
Friday, February 24, 2023
New : The GlyConnect DB has been updated, resulting in an increased number of annotated glycosylations within our database.
The filtering tool selects items in the current list according to one or more input terms. A term is loosely or precisely associated with a category (PROTEIN, TISSUE, etc…). Categories correspond to the entities labeling the coloured buttons visible in all GlyConnect pages. They are also listed in the table at the bottom of this page. The following examples are applied to the Proteins
page, but the can be applied to any "list" page.
When inputting two terms or more, the delimiter is &.
Example : to select all human glycoproteins expressed in kidney from the Protein view
type in : kidney & human.
When input terms belong to the same category, they are processed with a logical OR.
: If serotransferrin & APOH
is typed in, since the two terms are in the PROTEIN category, the resulting list includes all protein entries matching either serotransferrin OR APOH
When input terms do not belong to the same category, only items sharing all terms are returned, applying a logical AND
If serotransferrin & human
is typed in, since the two terms are in the PROTEIN category and TAXONOMY category respectively, the resulting list includes all protein entries matching both serotransferrin AND human
Some terms (e.g.: blood) may appear in names of tissue, protein or disease or be included in an article title. To refine filtering with targeted terms and avoid a loose selection that generates no or unexpected results, the term category should be named using its corresponding key
as described in the table below.
To target human glycoproteins involved in cancer observed in urine with sialylated glycans
, type in: disease=cancer & taxonomy=human & glycan=sialylated & tissue = urine
More information on categories and criteria is available in the table below.
Input terms are not case sensitive, except for glycan compositions.
The following table summarises the different term categories, keys and values :