Oracle Database 10g: a platform for BLAST search and Regular Expression pattern matching in life sciences

@article{Stephens2004OracleD1,
  title={Oracle Database 10g: a platform for BLAST search and Regular Expression pattern matching in life sciences},
  author={Susie Stephens and Jake Yue Chen and Marcel G. Davidson and Shiby Thomas and Barry M. Trute},
  journal={Nucleic Acids Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={33},
  pages={D675 - D679}
}
As database management systems expand their array of analytical functionality, they become powerful research engines for biomedical data analysis and drug discovery. Databases can hold most of the data types commonly required in life sciences and consequently can be used as flexible platforms for the implementation of knowledgebases. Performing data analysis in the database simplifies data management by minimizing the movement of data from disks to memory, allowing pre-filtering and post… CONTINUE READING

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