Mamta Senger

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  • Grid R D Stevens, H J Tipney, C J Wroe, T M Oinn, M Senger, P W Lord +3 others
  • 2003
Motivation: In silico experiments necessitate the virtual organization of people, data, tools and machines.The scientific process also necessitates an awareness of the experience base, both of personal data as well as the wider context of work. The management of all these data and the coordination of resources to manage such virtual organizations and the(More)
In this paper we describe the use of my Grid middleware services to create and manage the information from running in silico bioinformatics experiments in a semantically enriched Grid aware environment. Through the development and application of workflows using my Grid components in the context of mapping the complex genomic region associated with the(More)
Atherosclerosis is a major complication of chronic renal failure. Microinflammation is involved in atherogenesis and is associated with uremia and dialysis. The role of dialysate water contamination in inducing inflammation has been debated. Our aim was to study inflammatory markers in patients on chronic dialysis, before and 3 to 6 months after switching(More)
Neural fibrolipomatous hamartoma is a rare benign tumour commonly involving the median nerve. Other less frequently involved nerves include the ulnar, radial, brachial plexus, superficial peroneal nerve, inferior calcaneal nerve and median plantar nerve. Involvement of sural nerve has not been reported in the available literature so far. A three-year-old(More)
Many areas of life sciences research involve integrating terabytes of heterogeneous, distributed and autonomous data available on the Web. The my Grid project has addressed these challenging problems by developing and applying novel grid and semantic web services technology to life science data integration, particularly genome annotation and microarray(More)
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