e-Science and biological pathway semantics

@article{Luciano2007eScienceAB,
  title={e-Science and biological pathway semantics},
  author={Joanne S. Luciano and Robert Stevens},
  journal={BMC Bioinformatics},
  year={2007},
  volume={8},
  pages={S3 - S3}
}
The development of e-Science presents a major set of opportunities and challenges for the future progress of biological and life scientific research. Major new tools are required and corresponding demands are placed on the high-throughput data generated and used in these processes. Nowhere is the demand greater than in the semantic integration of these data. Semantic Web tools and technologies afford the chance to achieve this semantic integration. Since pathway knowledge is central to much of… CONTINUE READING
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