1. Find all OrthoDB species with attached OrthoDB organisms containing "drosophila" in the beginning of the taxonomic name (show)
  2. Find all clades, i.e. taxonomic levels where orthologous groups were built on, with their Latin names and ranks underneath Bacteria, sorted alphabetically by rank, then name (show)
  3. Find LCA in the OrthoDB tree for fruit fly and honey bee taxons (show)
  4. Find URI and some properties of the orthologous group 6400at314295 by its short text label (show)
  5. Find all properties of the orthologous group 6400at314295 by its URI (show)
  6. Find all genes with their name and description in the orthologous group 6400at314295 (show)
  7. Find A.thaliana genes with their properties by a list of their gene symbols/names (show)
  8. Find in any organsim under Gammaproteobacteria all genes containing word "protease", case-insensitive, anywhere in description (show)
  9. At the LCA level, find all human orthologs of mouse genes with name containing "MAPK", case-insensitive (show)
  10. Find most conservative single copy Danio rerio genes at the Vertebrata level (show)
  11. Find shortest rapidly evolving Caudovirales genes (show)
  12. Find orthologous human and mouse genes in the group(s) annotated with MF GO:0005164 (tumor necrosis factor receptor binding) and BP GO:0045739 (positive regulation of DNA repair) (show)
  13. List all xrefs attached to the groups annotated with at least three Interpro domains (IPR011990, IPR013083 and IPR001841) (show)
  14. Find genes with their properties by a list of their xrefs (show)
  15. Find orthologous group/s at any level containing protein with Uniprot id P12345 (show)
  16. Find statistics on translated sequence length for genes matching both IPR002117 and GO:0008219 (show)
  17. Find genes having Uniprot xrefs in the group 6400at314295, along with their names fetched from Uniprot SPARQL endpoint (show)
  18. Find zebrafish orthologs of disease-implicated (according to Nextprot SPARQL endpoint) human genes via Vertebrata-level orthogroup/s annotated with both IPR000719 (protein kinase domain) and GO:0048013 (ephrin receptor signaling pathway) (show)
  19. Find distribution of oxidation reactions catalyzed by genes arranged into several Eukaryota-level orthologous groups annotated with IPR002328 across species in Alveolata, Stramenopiles, Liliopsida and Coleoptera via cooperation with both Uniprot SPARQL endpoint and RHEA SPARQL endpoint (show)

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This SPARQL 1.1 endpoint serves OrthoDB data. The OrthoDB release 11.0 consists of 6'568M RDF triples describing evolutionary and functional properties of 101'009'660 genes from 28'055 organisms clustered in 11'677'084 orthologous groups on 1003 taxonomic levels. The data might be explored using Umaka data browser.

This endpoint cooperates with UniProt, NextProt and Ensembl endpoints due to adopting URIs of UniProt proteins (60'193'775), NextProt proteins (18'750) and Ensembl classic genes (1'227'792). The dataset also provides a number of clickable links to NCBI genes (19'090'949) and proteins (97'620'705), Ensembl genome genes (1'243'605), Interpro (38'366) and GO (25'251) resources.

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