Protein Ontology Project: 2007 updates
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Protein Ontology (PO) provides integration of heterogeneous protein and biological data sources. PO converts the enormous amounts of data collected by geneticists and molecular biologists into information that scientists, physicians and other health care professionals and researchers can use to easily understand the mapping of relationships inside protein molecules, interaction between two protein molecules and interactions between protein and other macromolecules at cellular level. This paper discusses the updates that happened to Protein Ontology Project since it was last presented at Data Mining 2006 Conference.
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