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SWISS::DRs represents the DR (database crossreference) lines within an SWISS-PROT + TrEMBL entry as specified in the user manual http://www.expasy.org/sprot/userman.html .
"list" An array of arrays. Each element is an array (Database_identifier, primary_key, secondary_key[,further elements]).
Standard methods new fromText toText sort Reading methods emblacs Returns a list of all EMBL accession numbers. These are the primary keys of EMBL crossreferences. pids [$dropVersion] Returns a list of all PIDs. These are the secondary keys of EMBL crossreferences. ATTENTION: The EMBL protein identifiers introduced in 1999 are of the form xxxxx.yy, e.g. CAA33128.1 If $dropVersion is set, the version number (.yy) will be dropped from each PID. Example: If the EMBL DR line is DR EMBL; L37685; AAC41668.1; -. pids(1) will only return AAC41668, NOT AAC41668.1 Writing methods deleteUnlessEvidenceCategories $evidenceCategories, @patterns Like del, but deletes an item only if the item has no evidence tags, or if the evidence tags are not in one of the categories given in $evidenceCategories. Example: $entry->DRs->deleteUnlessEvidenceCategories('CA', 'FlyBase') will only delete Flybase DR lines which do not have the evidence category 'A' or 'C'. Filter functions dbName($dbTargetName) True if the first element of a DR line (the DB name) matches $dbTargetName. $dbTargetName has to match in full, not only a partial match. notDbName($dbTargetName) True if the first element of a DR line (the DB name) does NOT macht $dbTargetName. ** lines (SWISS-PROT internal format) Each DR line may be followed by a ** line like ** DR PROSITE; PS12345; XXX_PAT; FALSE_POS_1 These will be stored internally as DR lines with the DB identifier '_HIDDEN_'. Therefore adding a ** PROSITE line is done as: $entry->DRs->add(['_HIDDEN_', 'PS12345', 'XXX_PAT', 'FALSE_POS_1']);