Retrieve a protein from the GPCRDB

Created: 2010-08-24 13:37:05      Last updated: 2010-08-24 13:42:54

This small workflow illustrates how to use the web service access provided by the GPCRDB in Taverna.

The proteinId input field is case sensitive and by default the identifiers in the GPCRDB are lowercase. You can try this mini-workflow with e.a. 'adrb2_human'.

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