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the right to enter or make use of

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This date is formally termed as the Entrez Date (EDAT) in PubMed.
The rules are ranked according to the enrichment score, measuring the enrichment of differential expression of a set of genes, defined by the given conjunction of GO, KEGG and/or ENTREZ interactions.
Entrez Gene: CREBBP CREB binding protein [ Homo sapiens ] GeneID: 1387.
By using Entrez data base and ClustalW-PBIL program for sequence alignment two peptides against NR3A and NR3B subunits of the NMDA receptor were designed, Once synthesized by SSPS-fmoc method, peptides were then inoculated into 16-week-old chickens (Gallus gallus, var.
BONDplus, which is compiled from 15 assembled resources (GenBank, RefSeq, Entrez Gene, and UniProtKB/ Swiss-Prot), lets researchers move from the genome to leverage publicly available biological sequence data, BINDplus biomolecular interaction data, and GENESEQ, a value-added database of patented biological sequences.
Imagine using the NCBI Entrez (PubMed) API and then connecting it to another API for discussions where students have journal clubs about evidence they find in their search strategies.
Compiled from 15 assembled resources including GenBank, RefSeq, Entrez Gene and UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot, BONDplus allows researchers to move beyond the genome and leverage publicly available biological sequence data, BINDplus biomolecular interaction data as well as GENESEQ, a value added database of patented biological sequences.
Current resources that contain sequence-based records, such as NCBI's Entrez Gene, include elemental interaction data.
The most important service was MEDLINE in its expanded form, PubMed, searched through the National Center for Biotechnology's (NCBI) Entrez search system, first released on the Internet in 1997 (National Library of Medicine, 1997).
Velocity incorporates the Entrez LinkOut feature providing full-text access to journals and databases that have been licensed by the organization.
LinkOut is designed to provide users with links from PubMed and other Entrez databases to a wide variety of relevant web-accessible online resources, including full-text publications.
To achieve this task, we used NLM's Entrez Programming Utilities.
National Institutes of Health/National Library of Medicine's Entrez PubMed, aka MedLine.
Sequences for the following genomes were available as of 01-22-02 at the Entrez Genomes section of the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) Web site (http://www.
The software can search public DNA and protein sequence databases by seamlessly linking to the BLAST and Entrez genomic database at the NIH's National Center for Biotechnology Information via the Internet.