I'm doing some patent searches for specific targets. I've been able to guess the target url, for example http://rdf.ebi.ac.uk/resource/surechembl/target/TTR and got results. But sometime I can't seem to guess the URL.
In general, how to I discover the specific target URL for a protein of interest? I've tried using concept URL's via free-text searching, but of course this doesn't doesn't get me the surechembl url.
Any suggestions would be appreciated.
Carlos S. Zamudio
I think that is from version 1.5 of the API, so we might have a few more pattern available by now. But it is a very good start, thank you for sharing it!
There's this page:
Don't know how complete or current this list is. Check the $id pattern in the "NameSpace" column. Might be helpful in some cases.
Thank you Daniela for the prompt reply.
Yes, this makes sense to me now. I plan to do exactly as you suggest. Is there a reference to the full list of http://identifiers.org/* pattens that are available?
The current workaround to reach patent data for ConceptWiki targets (ie a text search result) or Uniprot URIs is the following:Use the URI in MapURL call with http://identifiers.org/entrez.gene/ as targetUriPattern.