Input a query in the search field. Everytime you press Space or Enter after a word, a token will be created.
The token is composed of a prefix describing how the query should be treated and the actual query itself.
Each token represents either a Gene, HOG, OMA group, or Taxon. Prefixes are used to specify which category to associate with the query term.
If your query term is composed of multiple words (e.g homo sapiens), use " " to encapsulate it.
There is no limit on the number of tokens. It is not possible to enter multiple tokens of different categories,
except taxon, which can be combined with other categories. For example, you can search for 'hog:60627 species:HUMAN'
to return human genes found in HOG:606207.
To edit a query, click on it to modify the input field. To edit a prefix, click on the dropdown icon to select another one. To remove a token, click on the x to delete it.
Typing a query without hitting enter or space will prompt an autosuggestion for the identifier after a few seconds.
$[ format_token_string(token.query) ]$
Proteome version: 02-MAR-2006 (Rel. 87, Last updated, Version 1) with 1869 proteins.