Use of protein ontology to enable data exchange for complex proteomic experiments
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Ontologies and controlled vocabularies are being established by many groups to provide roadmaps through the confused mass of data currently being generated from increasingly large-scale experimental biological experiments. The world of protein chemistry is no exception to this rule, with Protein Ontology (PO) having lead the field by providing a framework in which individual molecules and complexes can be defined by their structure, function and cellular location. PO performs searches across the protein databases using a standard nomenclature consistent to all entries.
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