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Bioinformatics

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[Prokaryotic Genomes][Genomic Databases of Model Organisms][Genome Databases][Human and Mouse Genome Comparisons][Gene and Genome Relationship and Proteome Analysis][Metabolism and Regulation,Functional Genomics][Gene Nomenclature, Functional Characterization,and Genome Database Development][RNA Databases][Mutation Databases][Immunogenic and Receptor Databases][Protein Structural Databases][Database of Patterns and Sequence of Protein Families]

Bioinformatics

A computerized store house of data that provide a standardized way for locating, adding, and changing data.

 

  1. 1. Object-oriented databases
    Unlike rational databases ,uses tubular structures , object oriented databases attempt to model the structure of a given data set that as closely as possible. In doing so , object-oriented databases tend to reduce the appearance of duplicated data and the complexity of query structure often found in rational database
2. Rational databases

Organizes informations into tables where each column represents the field of informations that can be stored in a single record. Each row in the table corresponds to a single record. A single database can have many tables and a query languages is used to access the data.

 

Primary Database

    1. Genome Database
      1. Sequence Database
      2. Structural Database
    2. Protein Database
      1. Structural Database
    3. Complex Database
      1. Protein Nucleic acid Complex Database

Secondary Database

    1. Protein Database
      1. Sequence Database
    2. Complex Database
      1. Protein Nucleic Acid Interaction Database

Definitions

Primary Databases:

Databases consisting of data derived experimentally such as nucleotide sequences and three dimensional structures are known as primary databases.

Secondary Databases:

Those data that are derived from the analysis or treatment of primary data such as secondary structures, hydrophobicity plots, and domain are stored in secondary databases

Online Database Links

Prokaryotic Genomes

Genomic Databases of Model Organisms

Genome Databases

Human and Mouse Genome Comparisons


Gene and Genome Relationship and Proteome Analysis

Metabolism and Regulation,Functional Genomics

Gene Nomenclature, Functional Characterization,and Genome Database Development

RNA Databases

Mutation Databases

Immunogenic and Receptor Databases

Protein Structural Databases

Database of Patterns and Sequence of Protein Families