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Attwood, Teresa K. National Library of Israel National Library of Poland National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS

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Attwood, T. K. ISNI

VIAF ID: 39546750 (Personal)


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An active registry for bioinformatics web services. Wikidata
An Architecture for Visualisation and Interactive Analysis of Proteins Wikidata
Aspergillus genomes and the Aspergillus cloud Wikidata
Best practices in bioinformatics training for life scientists Wikidata
Biochemical and biophysical characterization of four EphB kinase domains reveals contrasting thermodynamic, kinetic and inhibition profiles. Wikidata
BioCIDER: a Contextualisation InDEx for biological Resources discovery. Wikidata
Biocurators and biocuration: surveying the 21st century challenges Wikidata
BioIE: extracting informative sentences from the biomedical literature. Wikidata
Bioinformatics and molecular evolution. National Library of Israel National Library of Poland National Library of the Netherlands National Library of France NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Czech Republic Library of Congress/NACO BIBSYS
Bioinformatics challenges at the interface of biology and computer science : mind the gap Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
Bioinformatics training: a review of challenges, actions and support requirements. Wikidata
Bioinformatics Training Network (BTN): a community resource for bioinformatics trainers. Wikidata
Bioinformatyka i ewolucja molekularna National Library of Poland NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library
BPROMPT: A consensus server for membrane protein prediction Wikidata
Bugging cancer with COBALT Wikidata
Chromonic mesophases Wikidata
Combining algorithms to predict bacterial protein sub-cellular location: Parallel versus concurrent implementations. Wikidata
Completing the structural family portrait of the human EphB tyrosine kinase domains Wikidata
The ELIXIR-EXCELERATE Train-the-Trainer pilot programme: empower researchers to deliver high-quality training Wikidata
The EMBRACE web service collection Wikidata
Establishment of a European Network for Urine and Kidney Proteomics Wikidata
Experience using web services for biological sequence analysis. Wikidata
FAN: fingerprint analysis of nucleotide sequences. Wikidata
Functional assignment of MAPK phosphatase domains. Wikidata
Genetic Databases Wikidata
A global perspective on evolving bioinformatics and data science training needs. Wikidata
GOBLET: the Global Organisation for Bioinformatics Learning, Education and Training Wikidata
iAnn: an event sharing platform for the life sciences Wikidata
Implementation of proteomic biomarkers: making it work. Wikidata
Integrating GPCR-specific information with full text articles Wikidata
Integrative bioinformatics for functional genome annotation: trawling for G protein-coupled receptors. Wikidata
InterPro--an integrated documentation resource for protein families, domains and functional sites Wikidata
The InterPro database, 2003 brings increased coverage and new features Wikidata
InterPro in 2019: improving coverage, classification and access to protein sequence annotations Wikidata
InterPro, progress and status in 2005 Wikidata
The InterPro protein families database: the classification resource after 15 years Wikidata
Learning to extract relations for protein annotation. Wikidata
LIPPRED: A web server for accurate prediction of lipoprotein signal sequences and cleavage sites Wikidata
Looking slim: peripherin/rds and photoreceptor cell morphology Wikidata
Low-complexity regions within protein sequences have position-dependent roles. Wikidata
LRRCE: a leucine-rich repeat cysteine capping motif unique to the chordate lineage Wikidata
Metals in prion disease Wikidata
Molecular biology databases: today and tomorrow Wikidata
Motif3D: Relating protein sequence motifs to 3D structure. Wikidata
New developments in the InterPro database. Wikidata
A new pan-European Train-the-Trainer programme for bioinformatics: pilot results on feasibility, utility and sustainability of learning. Wikidata
New tubulins in protozoal parasites. Wikidata
A novel phosphatase family, structurally related to dual-specificity phosphatases, that displays unique amino acid sequence and substrate specificity. Wikidata
NucleaRDB: information system for nuclear receptors Wikidata
An Open Science Peer Review Oath Wikidata
Oxford dictionary of biochemistry and molecular biology NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of the Netherlands BIBSYS
The PRINTS database: a fine-grained protein sequence annotation and analysis resource--its status in 2012 Wikidata
Proto-vav and gene expression. Wikidata
Recommendations for biomarker identification and qualification in clinical proteomics. Wikidata
Reuniting data and narrative in scientific articles Wikidata
Rhodopsin sheds light on neurodegenerative disease Wikidata
SEQAHEAD - COST Action BM1006: Next Generation Sequencing Data Analysis Network Wikidata
TATPred: a Bayesian method for the identification of twin arginine translocation pathway signal sequences. Wikidata
Ten simple rules for developing a short bioinformatics training course Wikidata
Toward bacterial protein sub-cellular location prediction: single-class discrimminant models for all gram- and gram+ compartments. Wikidata
Toward more intelligent annotation tools: a prototype Wikidata
Towards BioDBcore: a community-defined information specification for biological databases Wikidata
Visualising biological data: a semantic approach to tool and database integration Wikidata

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