Biological Database Modeling by Jake Chen, Amandeep S Sidhu

By Jake Chen, Amandeep S Sidhu

Sleek organic study in parts like drug discovery produces a astounding quantity of knowledge, and the correct modeling instruments will help scientists practice it in methods by no means prior to that you can think of. This number of next-generation biodata modeling strategies combines cutting edge innovations, tools, and purposes with case stories in genome, microarray, proteomics, and drug discovery tasks to assist bioinformatics execs enhance ever-more robust information administration structures in any area. Breaking new floor on the intersection of existence sciences and information administration, the ebook introduces practitioners to middle biodata modeling options, organic database assets, and ontology strategies. It explains the most recent envelope-pushing equipment and software program functions for processing, integrating, and coping with biodata.

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They found that the most compelling seizure susceptibility candidate was Kcnj10 [34]. They concluded that the critical interval contained several candidate genes, one of which, Kcnj10, exhibited a potentially important polymorphism with regard to fundamental aspects of seizure susceptibility [34]. In order to take full advantage of the newly available public human genome sequence data and associated annotations, visualization tools that can accommodate the high frequency of alternative splicing in human genes and other complexities are required [35].

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Vol. 61, No. 5, 2005, pp. 423–431. CHAPTER 3 Modeling Biomedical Data Ramez Elmasri, Feng Ji, and Jack Fu Biological data such as protein structure and function, DNA sequences, and metabolic pathways require conceptual modeling characteristics that are not available in traditional conceptual modeling, such as in the widely used entity-relationship (ER) model and its variant, the enhanced-ER (EER) model. In particular, there are three constructs that occur frequently in bioinformatics data: ordered relationships, functional processes, and three-dimensional structures.

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