TremaGene Database Search - Search our collection of genes and transcripts
Instructions specific to this page
TremaGene can be searched using IPR, GO and/or KO id filters. First click on the [+] Expand label for the Species selection section and select 1 or more species to start your query. Note that if you select no species from the list, your query will be applied to all species in TremaGene (depending on the complexity of your query, this may take a long time to complete). After selecting the species to focus on, open the sections below to set specific filters you'd like to apply. You're able to request a specific gene name (or comma-delimited list of gene names), orthologous group name if such is available, IPR id, GO term and/or KO id. You are allowed to enter comma-delimited lists of any of those ids as well. Note that filtering on multiple ids of a single type will return genes/transcripts annotated by any of those ids. But if you set filters using 2 or more id types (i.e. IPR id + KO id), each gene or transcript returned will be required to have at least one id from each list you supplied.
You will then arrive at a page showing the slice of data you've retrieved from TremaGene. The Query Definition section now displays the query you made to extract the results below. Then the Data Download section allows you to download the full fasta for all the genes/transcripts you requested. Note that if the type of fasta you request (nucleotide or protein) doesn't exist for any of the genes or transcripts in your list, the output file will still display the gene name(s) as headers, but the sequence record for those will be empty. The Results section will list all the genes and/or transcripts in your return set, organized by species, then by group if available (typically groups built by software such as orthomcl or inparanoid). Each gene or transcript name is a link that will take you to a final detail page showing the available annotations for that entity. You will also be able to download that single entity, or forward its sequence into TremaBlast for further analysis. For more information on TremaGene and the available annotations see the TremaGene FAQ.
How to use this page
Access into the TremaGene database frequently comes from other tools within the Trematode.net site such as the contig links from TremaPath which directly jump to the details pages that are the terminus of a TremaGene search, or from associated external sites. But the TremaGene Database Search tool can also be used to extract custom slices of our database using available annotations. This tool is also very useful for retrieving the full protein or nucleotide fasta of our genesets, or of the slice you define, using the appropriate Download links.