Eukaryotic Molecular Biology Databases: An Overview

Kumar Girish, Singh Dubey

Abstract


A biological database is a big, structured body of continuous information, generally connected with computerized software intended to update, query, and recover information elements deposited within the framework. A straightforward database could be a single folder comprising several data, each carrying the same number of data. Such famous databases are GenBank from the National Center for Biotechnology Information, SwissProt from the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics and PIR from the Protein Information Resource. Biological databases are bibliotheques of life science data, gathered from science studies, published literature, high-performance experimental technology, and computational analysis. Here we briefly described some recently published molecular databases.


Keywords


biological database; computational analysis; bioinformatics; software

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