Fetches atom level data for AlphaFold predictions either for selected proteins or whole organisms.

fetch_alphafold_prediction(
uniprot_ids = NULL,
organism_name = NULL,
timeout = 3600,
return_data_frame = FALSE,
show_progress = TRUE
)

## Arguments

uniprot_ids optional, a character vector of UniProt identifiers for which predictions should be fetched. This argument is mutually exclusive to the organism_name argument. optional, a character value providing the name of an organism for which all available AlphaFold predictions should be retreived. The name should be the capitalised scientific species name (e.g. "Homo sapiens"). Note: Some organisms contain a lot of predictions which might take a considerable amount of time and memory to fetch. Therefore, you should be sure that your system can handle fetching predictions for these organisms. This argument is mutually exclusive to the uniprot_ids argument. a numeric value specifying the time in seconds until the download of an organism archive times out. The default is 3600 seconds. a logical value that specifies if true, a data frame instead of a list is returned. It is recommended to only use this if not many pdb structures are retrieved. Default is FALSE. a logical value that specifies if true, a progress bar will be shown. Default is TRUE.

## Value

A list that contains atom level data for AlphaFold predictions. If return_data_frame is TRUE, a data frame with this information is returned instead. The data frame contains the following columns:

• label_id: Uniquely identifies every atom in the prediction following the standardised convention for mmCIF files.

• type_symbol: The code used to identify the atom species representing this atom type. This code is the element symbol.

• label_atom_id: Uniquely identifies every atom for the given residue following the standardised convention for mmCIF files.

• label_comp_id: A chemical identifier for the residue. This is the three- letter code for the amino acid.

• label_asym_id: Chain identifier following the standardised convention for mmCIF files. Since every prediction only contains one protein this is always "A".

• label_seq_id: Uniquely and sequentially identifies residues for each protein. The numbering corresponds to the UniProt amino acid positions.

• x: The x coordinate of the atom.

• y: The y coordinate of the atom.

• z: The z coordinate of the atom.

• prediction_score: Contains the prediction score for each residue.

• auth_seq_id: Same as label_seq_id.

• auth_comp_id: Same as label_comp_id.

• auth_asym_id: Same as label_asym_id.

• uniprot_id: The UniProt identifier of the predicted protein.

• score_quality: Score annotations.

## Examples

# \donttest{
alphafold <- fetch_alphafold_prediction(
uniprot_ids = c("F4HVG8", "O15552"),
return_data_frame = TRUE
)

#> # A tibble: 10 × 15
#>    label_id type_symbol label_atom_id label_comp_id label_asym_id label_seq_id
#>       <dbl> <chr>       <chr>         <chr>         <chr>                <dbl>
#>  1        1 N           N             MET           A                        1
#>  2        2 C           CA            MET           A                        1
#>  3        3 C           C             MET           A                        1
#>  4        4 C           CB            MET           A                        1
#>  5        5 O           O             MET           A                        1
#>  6        6 C           CG            MET           A                        1
#>  7        7 S           SD            MET           A                        1
#>  8        8 C           CE            MET           A                        1
#>  9        9 N           N             LEU           A                        2
#> 10       10 C           CA            LEU           A                        2
#> # … with 9 more variables: x <dbl>, y <dbl>, z <dbl>, prediction_score <dbl>,
#> #   auth_seq_id <dbl>, auth_comp_id <chr>, auth_asym_id <chr>,
#> #   uniprot_id <chr>, score_quality <chr># }