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A New Approach to Protein Structure and Function Analysis Using Semi-structured Databases

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A New Approach to Protein Structure and Function Analysis Using Semi-structured Databases
The development of high-throughput genome sequencing and protein structure determination techniques have provided researchers with a wealth of biological data. Integrated analysis of such data is difficult due to the disparate nature of the repositories used to store this biological data and of the software used for its analysis. This paper presents a framework based upon the use of semistructured database management systems that would provide an integrated interface for the collection, storage and retrieval of biological data from existing repositories and of biological information generated by existing analysis programs. A simple implementation that integrates information from databases and analytical programs is presented as a proof of concept.
William M. Shui, Raymond K. Wong, Stephen C. Graha
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Type Conference
Year 2003
Where APBC
Authors William M. Shui, Raymond K. Wong, Stephen C. Graham, Lawrence K. Lee, W. Bret Church
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