Video Tip of the Week: The PSI SBKB's New Content Hubs

submitted by: OpenHelix
For more information about this resource, see our blog post at URL: http://blog.openhelix.com/?p=12634 In the tip I will feature the newly organized content hubs over at the Protein Structure Initiative's Structural Biology Knowledgebase, or PSI SBKB. These scientific hubs, organized by content, make it easy for users to access specific content offered by both the SBKB and the PSI as a whole.

Tip of the Week: From UniProt to the PSI SBKB and Back Again

submitted by: OpenHelix
For more information about these resources see our blog post at URL http://blog.openhelix.eu/?p=9579 . In this tip I show you why & how you can move from a UniProt protein report to either an RCSB PDB structure page or to search results in the Structural Biology Knowledgebase that provide information on established protocols and available materials related to the protein of interest.

Small Pixels for Large Samples

submitted by: habi

My talk at the SLS Symposium "Tomography @ TOMCAT" on the 3. November 2009.

Kleine Pixel, grosse Samples

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Lecture on my work over the past months. http://is.gd/874S htt://is.gd.874Y http://www.psi.ch/medien http://www.scanco.ch

The Rapidly Growing Standards Landscape in ‘omics by Susanna Sansone, European Bioinformatics Institute

submitted by: dougramsey
As the size and complexity of scientific datasets and the corresponding information stores grow, reporting standards are playing an increasingly active role. Interopera bility among standards, however, becomes pivotal for the development of software applications. Here we present the key synergistic standards activities in the omics domain and the motivation for, an overview of, the BioInvestigation Index infrastructure at the EBI. The marriage of conventional methods with (meta)genomics,...