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Charting online OMICS resources: a navigational chart for clinical researchers

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The life sciences have sprouted several popular and successful OMICS technologies that span all levels of biological information transfer. Ever since the start of the Human Genome Project, the then revolutionary idea to make all resulting data publicly available has been central to all of the efforts across OMICS technologies. As a result, a great variety of publicly available data repositories and resources is currently available to the research community. This widespread availability of data does come at the price of increased confusion on the part of the users, especially for those that see the OMICS technologies as tools to help unravel a larger biological or clinical question. We therefore provide a comprehensive overview of the available resources across OMICS fields, with a special emphasis on those databases that are relevant to the study of proteins. Additionally, we also describe various integrative systems that have been established, and highlight new developments in the field that can revolutionize the way in which live data integration is achieved over the internet.
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Databases, Proteomics, PROTEIN DATA-BANK, APPLICATIONS REVIEWS 2008, SEQUENCE DATABASE, MENDELIAN INHERITANCE, BIOMARKER DISCOVERY, EXPRESSION PROFILES, ESCHERICHIA-COLI, COMPLETE GENOMES, PUBLIC DATABASE, PROTEOMICS, Bioinformatics

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Vizca, Juan Antonio, Michael Mueller, Henning Hermjakob, et al. “Charting Online OMICS Resources: a Navigational Chart for Clinical Researchers.” PROTEOMICS CLINICAL APPLICATIONS 3.1 (2009): 18–29. Print.
APA
Vizca, J. A., Mueller, M., Hermjakob, H., & Martens, L. (2009). Charting online OMICS resources: a navigational chart for clinical researchers. PROTEOMICS CLINICAL APPLICATIONS, 3(1), 18–29.
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Vizca, Juan Antonio, Michael Mueller, Henning Hermjakob, and Lennart Martens. 2009. “Charting Online OMICS Resources: a Navigational Chart for Clinical Researchers.” Proteomics Clinical Applications 3 (1): 18–29.
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Vizca, Juan Antonio, Michael Mueller, Henning Hermjakob, and Lennart Martens. 2009. “Charting Online OMICS Resources: a Navigational Chart for Clinical Researchers.” Proteomics Clinical Applications 3 (1): 18–29.
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Vizca JA, Mueller M, Hermjakob H, Martens L. Charting online OMICS resources: a navigational chart for clinical researchers. PROTEOMICS CLINICAL APPLICATIONS. 2009;3(1):18–29.
IEEE
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J. A. Vizca, M. Mueller, H. Hermjakob, and L. Martens, “Charting online OMICS resources: a navigational chart for clinical researchers,” PROTEOMICS CLINICAL APPLICATIONS, vol. 3, no. 1, pp. 18–29, 2009.
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  abstract     = {The life sciences have sprouted several popular and successful OMICS technologies that span all levels of biological information transfer. Ever since the start of the Human Genome Project, the then revolutionary idea to make all resulting data publicly available has been central to all of the efforts across OMICS technologies. As a result, a great variety of publicly available data repositories and resources is currently available to the research community. This widespread availability of data does come at the price of increased confusion on the part of the users, especially for those that see the OMICS technologies as tools to help unravel a larger biological or clinical question. We therefore provide a comprehensive overview of the available resources across OMICS fields, with a special emphasis on those databases that are relevant to the study of proteins. Additionally, we also describe various integrative systems that have been established, and highlight new developments in the field that can revolutionize the way in which live data integration is achieved over the internet.},
  author       = {Vizca, Juan Antonio and Mueller, Michael and Hermjakob, Henning and Martens, Lennart},
  issn         = {1862-8346},
  journal      = {PROTEOMICS CLINICAL APPLICATIONS},
  keywords     = {Databases,Proteomics,PROTEIN DATA-BANK,APPLICATIONS REVIEWS 2008,SEQUENCE DATABASE,MENDELIAN INHERITANCE,BIOMARKER DISCOVERY,EXPRESSION PROFILES,ESCHERICHIA-COLI,COMPLETE GENOMES,PUBLIC DATABASE,PROTEOMICS,Bioinformatics},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {18--29},
  title        = {Charting online OMICS resources: a navigational chart for clinical researchers},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/prca.200800082},
  volume       = {3},
  year         = {2009},
}

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