By Kiyoko F. Aoki-Kinoshita
This e-book presents glycoscientists with a guide of worthy databases that may be utilized to glycoscience examine. even supposing many databases are actually publicly on hand, one of many hurdles for his or her clients is the educational curve required to successfully make the most of these databases. for that reason, this e-book not just describes the prevailing databases, but in addition presents the right way to receive the objective information. that's, simply because many databases offer various facts which may be received from diversified views, every one bankruptcy presents clients with strength organic questions that may be spoke back through a selected database and step by step directions, with figures, on tips on how to receive that info. Troubleshooting guidance also are supplied to assist clients encountering difficulties that may be estimated while utilizing those databases. additionally, touch details for every database is supplied in case unforeseen matters arise.
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Users can register new glycan structures and additionally search for glycan structures that have been registered into this repository. org/. This will enable glycomics researchers to easily identify glycan structures by accession number. This chapter describes the procedures for the registration and search methods of glycan structures and provides an overview of the entry pages. Furthermore, troubleshooting tips and cautionary notes for using GlyTouCan are also included. Keywords Glycan structure • Accession number • Structure repository • Database • Structure search • Glycan sequence • WURCS • GlycoCT D.
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Nucleic Acids Res 39 (Database issue):D373–376. 1093/nar/gkq1014 Ranzinger R, Aoki-Kinoshita KF, Campbell MP, Kawano S, Lütteke T, Okuda S, Shinmachi D, Shikanai T, Sawaki H, Toukach P, Matsubara M, Yamada I, Narimatsu H (2015) Gly- 40 T. Lütteke coRDF: an ontology to standardize glycomics data in RDF. Bioinformatics 31(6):919–925. 1093/bioinformatics/btu732 Sahoo SS, Thomas C, Sheth A, Henson C, York WS (2005) GLYDE-an expressive XML standard for the representation of glycan structure. Carbohydr Res 340(18):2802–2807 Tanaka K, Aoki-Kinoshita KF, Kotera M, Sawaki H, Tsuchiya S, Fujita N, Shikanai T, Kato M, Kawano S, Yamada I, Narimatsu H (2014) WURCS: the Web3 unique representation of carbohydrate structures.
A Practical Guide to Using Glycomics Databases by Kiyoko F. Aoki-Kinoshita