PSORTdb is maintained by the Brinkman Laboratory, located at Simon Fraser University in British Columbia, Canada. We invite you to send your questions and comments to firstname.lastname@example.org
If you use PSORTdb in your research, we would greatly appreciate if you cited the following publication:
Lau WY, Hoad GR, Jin V, Winsor GL, Madyan A, Gray KL, Laird MR, Lo R, Brinkman FS. (2021) PSORTdb 4.0: expanded and redesigned bacterial and archaeal protein subcellular localization database incorporating new secondary localizations. Nucleic Acids Research. 49(D1):D803-8.
Peabody MA, Laird MR, Vlasschaert C, Lo R, Brinkman FS. (2016) PSORTdb: expanding the bacteria and archaea protein subcellular localization database to better reflect diversity in cell envelope structures. Nucleic Acids Research. 44(D1):D663-8.
Yu, N.Y., Laird, M.R., Spencer, C, and Brinkman, F.S.L. (2011) PSORTdb--an expanded, auto-updated, user-friendly protein subcellular localization database for Bacteria and Archaea. Nucleic Acids Research. 39:D241-244 (Database issue).
Rey, S., M. Acab, J.L. Gardy, M.R. Laird, K. deFays, C. Lambert, and F.S.L. Brinkman (2005). PSORTdb: A Database of Subcellular Localizations for Bacteria. Nucleic Acids Research. 33:D164-168 (Database issue).
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