Interfacing and Integrating Databases

@inproceedings{Appel1997InterfacingAI,
  title={Interfacing and Integrating Databases},
  author={Ron D. Appel},
  year={1997}
}
Proteome databases have existed for many years, as have genome databases. As we have seen in Chap. 5, there are currently hundreds of general or specialised proteome databases that are being used by researchers throughout the scientific world. They can be queried, and information can be retrieved that is relevant to the scientist’s own experiments. Databases are usually maintained and updated by their authors, and are distributed to the scientific community in various ways. 

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