|Slot name||Documentation||Type||Allowed Values/Classes||Cardinality||Default||Source Species||Source species selected from a hierarchical list of species from NCBI taxonomy database.||String||0:1||Chemical Type||Categorization of epitope source (Antigen) compound as lipid, carbohydrate, DNA, RNA, peptide, organic, inorganic, etc.
Categorization of epitope compound as lipid, carbohydrate, DNA, RNA, peptide, organic, inorganic, etc.
|String||0:1||Gene Name||Name of the Gene||String||0:1||Protein Name||Name of Protein||String||0:1||SwissProt ID||Unique identifier of protein sequence in Swiss-Prot database||String||0:1||Epitope Starting Position||Starting position of the epitope in the source antigen sequence as mentioned in the reference||String||0:1||Epitope Ending Position||Ending position of the epitope in the source antigen sequence as mentioned in the reference||String||0:1||GenBank ID||Unique identifier of gene sequence in GenBank database||String||0:1||PDB ID||Identification of source if structure is present in PDB.||String||0:1||Epitope PDB Positions||List of PDB positions of residues representing epitope||String||0:1||Functional Multimer||Number of monomers if the antigen structure is a functional multimer.||String||0:1||Natural Antigen||Indicates whether the antigen is a natural or artificial compound. Natural here refers to things that exist in nature.||Boolean||0:1||Comments||General Comments||String||0:1|
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