Protein Data Integration Problem
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In this chapter, we consider the challenges of information integration in proteomics from the prospective of researchers using information technology as an integral part of their discovery process. Specifically, data integration, meta-data specification, data provenance and data quality, and ontology are discussed here. These are the fundamental problems that need to be solved by the bioinformatics community so that modern information technology can have a deeper impact on the progress of biological discovery.
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