Nicholas, Kevin R, Kumar, Amit, Strahm, Yvan, Powell, David, Seemann, Torsten, Daly, Kerry A., Brennan, Amelia, Menzies, Karensa, Sharp, Julie, Digby, Matthew and Lefèvre, Christophe 2008, MammoSapiens: eResearch of the lactation program., in Proceedings of eResearch Australasia 2008, Australian Department of Innovation, Industry, Science and Research, Australia, pp. 1-13.
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Delivering bioinformatics power to life science researchers inevitably runs into problems of limited computing resources in the context of exponentially increasing data sources, access time, costs, lack of skills and, rapidly evolving technology and software tools with poorly defined standards. In this context the development of e-facilities to best enable collaborative research often needs to be customized to specific project applications in close cooperation with the experimentalist users and, to be concerned with the storage and management of results to allow more consistency and traceability of e-results on a broad access data mining platform.
Here we showcase an internet based eResearch platform using the PHP/MySQL paradigm for the collaborative, integrative and comparative analysis of lactation related gene sequences and gene expression experiments to support lactation research. We also illustrate how these resources are used, how they enable research by allowing meta-analysis of data and results and, how the bottom-up development of customized eResearch components can lead to the production of more generic functional software tools and eResearch environments for deployment to a larger number of biological research users working on other bio-systems.
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089999 Information and Computing Sciences not elsewhere classified
Socio Economic Objective
970108 Expanding Knowledge in the Information and Computing Sciences
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