EpoDB: An Erythropoiesis Gene Expression Database in Progress

@inproceedings{Salas1996EpoDBAE,
  title={EpoDB: An Erythropoiesis Gene Expression Database in Progress},
  author={Fidel Salas and Juergen Haas and G. Christian Overton and Christian J. Stoeckert},
  booktitle={German Conference on Bioinformatics - Selected Papers},
  year={1996}
}
EpoDB is a database intended for the study of gene expression during differentiation and development of vertebrate erythropoietic lineages. It currently contains 1442 Genbank entries (663 are globin and 779 non-globin) which have been augmented manually and computationally. Each entry was analyzed by an expert system that corrects errors in GenBank features and generates a uniformly annotated set of features. Gene names and gene, family names were manually added. Beyond the standard database… 

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