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
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.
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?
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.
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!