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  Central data management of HepatoSys : current state of affairs and future developments

Bannasch, D. (2008). Central data management of HepatoSys: current state of affairs and future developments. Talk presented at International Workshop: Transcriptome and Proteome Data Analysis and Warehousing towards Systems Biology. Stuttgart, Germany. 2008-06-12 - 2008-06-13.

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Bannasch, D.1, Author              
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1Systems Biology, Max Planck Institute for Dynamics of Complex Technical Systems, Max Planck Society, ou_1738155              

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 Abstract: More than 30 different research institutes in Germany are involved in the systems biology network "HepatoSys" which all produce a huge amount of heterogeneous data that, up to now, have been stored locally. To allow an easier access to these data a central database has been developed by the company Genedata AG for HepatoSys which is supposed to allow for (1) a comprehensive storage and queryable presentation of (related) experimental, model and simulation data together with links to external data sources, (2) exchange of data easily among all investigators of HepatoSys and (3) present selected data to the scientific community in a queryable and downloadable format. The database concept, the current state of affairs as well as extensions to the database that are planned will be presented.

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Title: International Workshop: Transcriptome and Proteome Data Analysis and Warehousing towards Systems Biology
Place of Event: Stuttgart, Germany
Start-/End Date: 2008-06-12 - 2008-06-13
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