ANNODA: tool for integrating molecular-biological annotation data
Prompramote, Supawan and Chen, Yi-Ping Phoebe 2005, ANNODA: tool for integrating molecular-biological annotation data, in 21st International Conference on Data Engineering workshops, 2005, IEEE Xplore, Piscataway, N.J., pp. 1166-1174.
Collecting, analyzing, and making Molecularbiological annotation data accessible in different public data sources is still an ongoing project. Integration of such data from these data sources might lead to valuable biological knowledge. There are numerous annotation data and only some of those are structured. The number and contents of related sources are continuously increasing. In addition, the existing data sources have their own storage structure and implementation. As a result, these could lead to a limitation in the combining of annotation. Here, we proposed a tool, called ANNODA, for integrating Molecular-biological annotation data. Unlike the past work on database interoperation in the bioinformatics community, this database design uses web-links which are very useful for interactive navigation and meanwhile it also supports automated large-scale analysis tasks.
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