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The Molecular Pages of the mesotelencephalic dopamine consortium (DopaNet)

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The Molecular Pages of the mesotelencephalic dopamine consortium (DopaNet)
Background: DopaNet http://www.dopanet.org is a Systems Biology initiative that aims to investigate precisely and quantitatively all the aspects of neurotransmission in a specific neuronal system, the mesotelencephalic dopamine system. The project should lead to large-scale models of molecular and cellular processes involved in neuronal signaling. A prerequisite is the proper storage of knowledge coming from the literature. Methods: DopaNet Molecular Pages are highly structured descriptions of quantitative parameters related to a specific molecular complex involved in neuronal signal processing. A Molecular Page is built by maintainers who are experts in the field, and responsible for the quality of the page content. Each piece of data is identified by a specific ontology code, annotated (method of acquisition, species, etc.) and linked to the relevant bibliography. The Molecular Pages are stored as XML files, and processed through the DopaNet Web Service, which provides functionaliti...
Nicolas Le Novère, Marco Donizelli
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Type Journal
Year 2004
Where BMCBI
Authors Nicolas Le Novère, Marco Donizelli
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