PRIME: a graphical interface for integrating genomic/proteomic databases.

  title={PRIME: a graphical interface for integrating genomic/proteomic databases.},
  author={Axel Facius and Claudia C Englbrecht and Fabian Birzele and Andreas Groscurth and Schmidt Benjamin and Steffi Wanka and Werner Mewes},
  volume={5 1},
Data mining, finding and integration of information about proteins of interest, is an essential component in modern biological and biomedical research. Even when focusing on a single organism and only on a small number of proteins, there are often dozens fo data sources containing relevant information. We are developing PRIME, a protein information environment, to serve as a virtual central database which integrates distributed heterogeneous information about proteins (linked by common… CONTINUE READING


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