SBRML: a markup language for associating systems biology data with models

@article{Dada2010SBRMLAM,
  title={SBRML: a markup language for associating systems biology data with models},
  author={Joseph O. Dada and Irena Spasi{\'c} and Norman W. Paton and Pedro Mendes},
  journal={Bioinformatics},
  year={2010},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={932-8}
}
MOTIVATION Research in systems biology is carried out through a combination of experiments and models. Several data standards have been adopted for representing models (Systems Biology Markup Language) and various types of relevant experimental data (such as FuGE and those of the Proteomics Standards Initiative). However, until now, there has been no standard way to associate a model and its entities to the corresponding datasets, or vice versa. Such a standard would provide a means to… CONTINUE READING
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