Phospho.ELM is a database of experimentally verified phosphorylation sites in eukaryotic proteins.
The current release (Version 9.0, September 2010) of Phospho.ELM contains 8,718 substrate proteins from different species covering more than 42,500 instances. Instances are fully linked to literature references.List of references to the HTP data sets.
Reference:Phospho.ELM article published in NAR database issue 2011
Phospho.ELM article published in NAR database issue 2008
Phospho.ELM article published in BMC Bioinformatics 2004 SMART webservice is incorporated as part of the Phospho Blast Search application results.
- Toby Gibson - project coordinator
- Francesca Diella - database curator, web design
- Holger Dinkel - software development, web design
- Kate Gould, Christine Gemünd - software development
- Claudia Chica - contribution on PBS functionality and Conservation
- Scott Cameron - database curator
- Nicolaj Blom - NetPhos
The ELM project was supported by:
- The Quality of Life and Management of Living Resources programme,
the European Commission Community Research.
- The EMBRACE Network of Excellence.