OrthoDB: Database of Orthologous Groups



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The Hierarchical Catalog of Orthologs

OrthoDB presents a catalog of orthologous protein-coding genes across 52 vertebrates, 45 arthropods, 142 fungi, 13 basal metazoans, and 1115 bacteria. Orthology refers to the last common ancestor of the species under consideration, and thus OrthoDB explicitly delineates orthologs at each radiation along the species phylogeny. The database of orthologs presents available protein descriptors, together with Gene Ontology and InterPro attributes, which serve to provide general descriptive annotations of the orthologous groups, and facilitate comprehensive orthology database querying.

Now published in NAR.



Search OrthoDB:   "Cytochrome P450"   protease | peptidase   kinase -serine   FBgn0036816   IPR017981   GO:0006950

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OrthoDB5 2011: 48 vertebrates, 33 arthropods, 73 fungi, and 12 basal metazoans
OrthoDB4 2010: 44 vertebrates, 25 arthropods, 46 fungi, and 5 basal metazoans
OrthoDB3 2009: 40 vertebrates, 23 arthropods, and 32 fungi
OrthoDB2 2008: 15 vertebrates, 20 arthropods, and 23 fungi

Please Cite:
Waterhouse RM, Zdobnov EM, Tegenfeldt F, Li J, Kriventseva EV.
OrthoDB: a hierarchical catalog of animal, fungal and bacterial orthologs.
NAR, Nov 2012, PMID:23180791

Email: support[at]orthodb.org

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Browse mapped orthologs from:
Pelodiscus sinensis the Chinese softshell turtle.
Xiphophorus maculatus the southern platyfish.
Mustela putorius the domesticated ferret.
Melitaea cinxia the Glanville fritillary butterfly.



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