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InterProScan

NameDescriptionDataFile nameFormat
InterProScan 5.27-66.0Download and install the latest version of InterProScan (64-bit Linux) - complete documentation is available.v66.0interproscan-5.27-66.0-64-bit.tar.gzgzipped 64-bit

InterPro

XML and other flat files

NameDescriptionFile nameFormat
InterPro entry list TSV file listing basic InterPro entry information - the accessions, types and names. entry.listTSV
InterPro entry details XML file listing each InterPro entry, the signatures that it contains, its abstract, GO terms, etc. - it contains the equivalent to the Entry pages on the web interface. A DTD file exists describing the format. interpro.xml.gzgzipped
Protein matched complete All UniProtKB proteins and the InterPro entries and individual signatures they match, in XML format. Proteins without any matches to InterPro are also included. A DTD file exists describing the format. match_complete.xml.gzgzipped
Uniparc sequences All uniparc (UniProt Archive) sequences and the InterPro entries and individual signatures they match, in XML format. uniparc_match.tar.gzgzipped
UniProtKB proteins All UniProtKB proteins and the InterPro entries and individual signatures they match, in a tab-delimited format. protein2ipr.dat.gzgzipped
Entry relationships tree File describing the hierarchy of relationships between InterPro's entries (i.e. families and their subfamilies) in a simple text-based format. ParentChildTreeFile.txtTXT
List of GO terms Mappings of InterPro entries to Gene Ontology (GO) terms. interpro2goTXT
Latest release note The current release notes, in text-based format. release_notes.txtTXT

See all downloads available on the FTP site.

From individual web pages

  • A FASTA file containing all of the sequences matching an InterPro entry is available for download from the Entry Proteins matched sub page
  • You can also download the sequences matching an entry for a specific taxon or species from the Entry Species sub page
  • TSV (Tab-separated value) files listing the matches of signatures and entries to proteins are available on both the Entry Proteins matched sub page and on individual Protein pages
  • You can export the references used in an Entry from the Entry References page (Medline format)