Ontology algebra for composition of protein data sources
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These Huge amounts of Protein Structure Data make it difficult to create explanatory and predictive models that are consistent with huge volume of data. Difficulty increase when large variety of heterogeneous approaches gathers data from multiple perspectives. In order to facilitate computational processing data, it is especially critical to develop standardized structured data representation model formats for proteomics data. In this paper we describe a Protein Ontology Model for integrating protein databases and deduce a structured vocabulary for understanding process of protein synthesis completely. Proposed Protein Ontology Model provides biologists and scientists with a description of sequence, structure and functions of protein and also provides interpretation of various factors on final protein structure conformation. The Structured Vocabulary for Protein Data, describing Protein Ontology is composed of various Type Definitions for Protein Entry Details, Sequence and Structural Information of Proteins, Structural Domain Family of Protein, Cellular Function of Protein, Chemical Bonds present in the Protein, and External Constraints deciding final protein conformation. The Proposed Ontology Model will provide easier ways to predict and understand proteins.
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Chang, Elizabeth; Sidhu, Amandeep; Dillon, Tharam S.; Sidhu, B. (2005)These Huge amounts of Protein Structure Data make it difficult to create explanatory and predictive models that are consistent with huge volume of data. Difficulty increase when large variety of heterogeneous approaches ...
Chang, Elizabeth; Sidhu, Amandeep; Sidhu, B.; Dillon, Tharam S. (2005)The rapid generation of accessible protein data sources has generated confusion over protein data representation. The protein ontology project seeks to provide a set of structured vocabularies for protein domains that can ...
Sidhu, Amandeep; Dillon, Tharam S.; Hussain, Farookh Khadeer; Chang, Elizabeth (2006)Recent progress in proteomics, computational biology, and ontology development has presented an opportunity to investigate protein data sources from unique perspective that is, examining protein data sources through ...