Secondary Databases

Secondary Databases

Secondary Databases A biological database is a large, organized body of persistent data, usually associated with computerized software designed to update, query, and retrieve components of the data stored within the system. The chief objective of the development of a database is to organize data in a set of structured records to enable easy retrieval of information. … Read moreSecondary Databases

Protein Databases- Types and Importance

Protein Databases- Types and Importance

Protein Databases- Types and Importance As biology has increasingly turned into a data-rich science, the need for storing and communicating large datasets has grown tremendously. The obvious examples are the nucleotide sequences, the protein sequences, and the 3D structural data produced by X-ray crystallography and macromolecular NMR. The biological information of proteins is available as sequences … Read moreProtein Databases- Types and Importance