InSilicoSpectro::Databanks::DBEntryUniprot - Uniprot formated entry
Inherit from DBEntry, but can parse a uniprot format
determine if InSilicoSpectro lib is used in the current environment. The main difference will be the tracnslation from uniprot MOD_RES nomenclature to InSilciSpectro one
get a ref to an array of arrays for chain delimiter [from, to]
set chain (through a reference a to an array)
Reset the chain arrays
Idem than for the *chain subs
returns an array of InSilicoSpectro::Databanks::DBEntry containing all the isoforms generated by a swissprot entry
Retuns an array of InSilicoSpectro::Databanks::DBEntry containing entries from FT CHAIN lines
Retuns an array of InSilicoSpectro::Databanks::DBEntry containing entries from FT PEPTIDE lines
Retuns an array of InSilicoSpectro::Databanks::DBEntry containing entries from the concatenation of the above methods
skip* argument will skip the creaion of the mentionned form
Replace a piece of the sequence by a a subseq (or remove it if sebseq is unfdefined). All annotation will be updated (or remove if they inerfer with the substitued sequence.
from=>int notation starts sequence at position 1;
pos=>int notation starts sequence at position 0;
Keep only the sub sequence described par the given delimiters (see seqSubstr(...) for description)
read info from fasta contents (fitrs line with '>' and info + remaining is sequence.
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