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e-PROTEIN: A distributed pipeline for structural-based proteome annotation using GRID technology

e-PROTEIN

http://www.e-protein.org/

Imperial, UCL and EBI will use GRID technology to provide a structure-based annotation of the proteins in the major genomes (the proteomes). The annotation will primarily employ sophisticated homology and fold recognition methods to assign protein structures to the proteomes and generate 3D models. Enhanced functional annotation will exploit the structural information. The distributed annotation system (DAS) at the EBI will provide a common user interface to the annotations at the 3 sites for each community. The high performance computational needs for the regular updates will be met by sharing resources at each site using the GRID under GLOBUS. This project will develop the prototype for a national:distributed proteome annotation GRID. (Joint with grants 17048 and 17055).

Maturity: Initial Research
Region: UK
Type: Research
Grant Value: £1,158,746.00
Start Date: 20/05/2002
End Date: Not specified
Project Status: funded
Funding Agency: BBSRC


Project Members
PI
Prof Michael Sternberg
Prof David Jones
Prof Janet Thornton


Collaborating Organisations
European Bioinformatics Institute
Imperial College London
The Sanger Centre
University College London


Component(s) Project Develops
Application Services
Data Cataloguing and Provenance
Data Mining and Analysis Services
Domain/ Task Ontologies and Metadata


Application Area(s) associated with Project
Bio-Sciences

 

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