Question: Book recommendation for the understanding of bioinformatic database
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sbchua.199010 wrote:

Hi, any recommendation for book regarding how today bioinformatic databases are structured and linked together. I need this to get a 'birds-eye view' on how today bioinformatic databases work. How and which databases accession no are linked together.

Thanks in advance

ADD COMMENTlink modified 11 days ago by 00Alireza.Tafazoli0010 • written 11 days ago by sbchua.199010

This questions is highly general as it encompasses pretty much the entire field of database theory. Can you give some specific examples of model databases that you want to study?

ADD REPLYlink modified 11 days ago • written 11 days ago by Dan D6.0k

Hi, I am looking for general knowledge about the linkage between databases such as KEGG, GO, COG. For example, how to convert result of blastp against nr database to EC number and also KEGG codes. I am more interested in getting broader view for practical purposes.

ADD REPLYlink written 9 days ago by sbchua.199010
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00Alireza.Tafazoli0010 wrote:

Hi Actually there are many books, which give you a broad range view in the materials. But i recommend "Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics" 3rd edition by Jonathan Pevsnar. I'm sure you find it useful :)

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