Florence Horn

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The amount of genomic and proteomic data that is entered each day into databases and the experimental literature is outstripping the ability of experimental scientists to keep pace. While generic databases derived from automated curation efforts are useful, most biological scientists tend to focus on a class or family of molecules and their biological(More)
Protein point mutations are an essential component of the evolutionary and experimental analysis of protein structure and function. While many manually curated databases attempt to index point mutations, most experimentally generated point mutations and the biological impacts of the changes are described in the peer-reviewed published literature. We(More)
MOTIVATION The amount of genomic and proteomic data that is published daily in the scientific literature is outstripping the ability of experimental scientists to stay current. Reviews, the traditional medium for collating published observations, are also unable to keep pace. For some specific classes of information (e.g. sequences and protein structures),(More)
Introduction The amount of genomic and proteomic data that is published daily in the scientific literature is outstripping the ability of experimental scientists to stay current. How is a scientist to find specific information without having to retrieve and integrate a plethora of data from a large number of papers? Comprehensive databases offer a solution(More)
GIF-DB (Gene Interactions in the Fly Database) is a new WWW database (http://www-biol.univ-mrs.fr/ approximately lgpd/GIFTS_home_page. html ) describing gene molecular interactions involved in the process of embryonic pattern formation in the flyDrosophila melanogaster. The detailed information is distributed in specific lines arranged into an EMBL- (or(More)
The NRMD is a database for nuclear receptor mutation information. It includes mutation information from SWISS-PROT/TrEMBL, several web-based mutation data resources, and data extracted from the literature in a fully automatic manner. Because it is also possible to add mutations manually, a hundred mutations were added for completeness. At present, the NRMD(More)
GIF-DB and FlyNets are two WWW databases describing molecular (protein-DNA, protein-RNA and protein-protein) interactions occuring in the fly Drosophila melanogaster (http://gifts.univ-mrs.fr/GIFTS_home_page.html ). GIF-DB is a specialised database which focuses on molecular interactions involved in the process of embryonic pattern formation, whereas(More)
We present a coherent series of servers that can perform a large number of structure analyses on nuclear hormone receptors. These servers are part of the NucleaRDB project, which provides a powerful information system for nuclear hormone receptors. The computations performed by the servers include homology modelling, structure validation, calculating(More)
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