Biological Database Modeling by Jake Chen, Amandeep S Sidhu

By Jake Chen, Amandeep S Sidhu

Smooth organic examine in components like drug discovery produces a striking quantity of knowledge, and the best modeling instruments may help scientists observe it in methods by no means ahead of conceivable. This selection of next-generation biodata modeling strategies combines cutting edge strategies, equipment, and purposes with case stories in genome, microarray, proteomics, and drug discovery tasks to aid bioinformatics execs strengthen ever-more robust facts administration structures in any area. Breaking new floor on the intersection of lifestyles sciences and information administration, the e-book introduces practitioners to middle biodata modeling options, organic database assets, and ontology techniques. It explains the most recent envelope-pushing tools and software program purposes for processing, integrating, and dealing with biodata.

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Another important characteristic of biological data modeling is that there are many different abstraction levels. 2 Biological Concepts and EER Modeling 27 protein, and pathways data. But biological modeling requires many levels of abstraction, from the DNA/RNA level to higher abstraction levels such as cells, tissues, organs, and biological systems. In addition, cross-referencing between the biological data, the references that discuss how this data was discovered and interpreted, and the experiments that led to these discoveries, are very important for biological researchers.

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