What is PCoM?

Protein Co-Migration Database for photosynthetic organisms (PCoM) is a powerful tool for predicting the protein complexes in photosynthetic organisms containing your protein of interest. PCoM stores the data obtained by LC-MS/MS analysis of the protein complexes which were separated by BN-PAGE and extracted from BN-PAGE gel slices.

For further information, take a look at the overview page.

Which proteins can be searched ?

At present, PCoM stores the following data for the protein complexes.

Organism Sample Identified number Original Data
Arabidopsis thaliana chloroplast 804 proteins Takabayashi et al. (2016)
chloroplast 2 859 proteins Takabayashi et al. (2017)
envelope 309 proteins Takabayashi et al. (2017)
stroma 452 proteins Takabayashi et al. (2016)
thylakoid 244 proteins Takabayashi et al. (2013)
mitochondria 1,264 proteins Takabayashi et al. (2017)
Physcomitrella patens whole cells 1,663 proteins
(detection rate::4.32%)
Takabayashi et al. (2016)
Chlamydomonas reinhardtii whole cells 1,115 proteins
(detection rate:5.69%)
Takabayashi et al. (2017)
Synechosystis sp. PCC6803 whole cells 1,458 proteins
(detection rate:39.14%)
Takabayashi et al. (2013)
Thermosynechococcus elongatus BP-1 whole cells 1,001 proteins
(detection rate:40.82%)
Takabayashi et al. (2017)
Prochlorococcus marinus CCMP1986 whole cells 761 proteins
(detection rate:43.34%)
Takabayashi et al. (2017)
Prochlorococcus marinus CCMP1375 whole cells 891 proteins
(detection rate:46.21%)
Takabayashi et al. (2017)
Prochlorococcus marinus CCMP2773 whole cells 892 proteins
(detection rate:38.35%)
Takabayashi et al. (2017)

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