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Macromolecular Databases – A Background of Bioinformatics

Dubravko Jelić1*, Tibor Toth2 and Donatella Verbanac1


1
High-Throughput Screening Unit, PLIVA d.d. Research Division, Applied Research, Prilaz baruna Filipovića 25, HR-10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

2Research Information Center, PLIVA d.d. Research Division, Applied Research, Prilaz baruna Filipovića 25, HR-10 000 Zagreb, Croatia

Article history:

Received August 3, 2010
Accepted February 3, 2011

Key words:

macromolecular databases, proteins, nucleic acids, bioinformatics, internet

Summary:

During the last couple of years, informatics and information systems on the Internet and elsewhere have been enormously developed and improved. But, although there are many search options, it is still sometimes very difficult to find information and data needed. We realize that the Internet is a huge world-depository of knowledge from all fields of science, technology and medicine and that it is impossible to comprehend all databases from this very wide area, but we decided to try to make an overview of the biggest, most important and most available bioinformatic databases about nucleic acids and proteins.



*Corresponding author:           Dubravko.Jelic@pliva.hr
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