NETTAB - Network Tools and Applications in Biology - 2001
Towards a Bioinformatics Integrated Network Environment

May 17th - 18th, 2001, Advanced Biotechnology Center, Genoa, Italy

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Telematics Applications in Biotechnology

Biotechnology Department
National Cancer Research Institute - Genova

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CP1 IMGT-ML a XML language for IMGT-ONTOLOGY and IMGT/LIGM-DB data, Denys Chaume, Laboratoire d'ImmunoGénétique Moléculaire, IGH/CNRS, France
CP2 Minding, OLAPing, and Mining Biological Data: Towards a Data Warehousing Concept in Biology, Olga Krebs, Intelligent Bioinformatic Systems, German Cancer Research Center, Germany
CP3 ProMax: A distributed protein information system, built using XML standard, Saied Moezzi, Structural Bioinformatics, Inc., U.S.A
CP5 Persistent Sequence Indexing, CORBA and XML: Foundations for an Integrated e-laboratory, Tim Troup, Department of Computing Science, University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
CP6 Management and Configuration of Biocomputing Tasks using a Meta-Data Framework, Peter Ernst, Molecular Biophysics, German Cancer Research Center, Germany
CP7 Parsing Bioinformatics Data: A New Framework Utilizing Lexical Analysis Generators and XML Grammer Validation, Robert Hubley, Computational Biology, Institute for Systems Biology, USA
CP8 Graphical Java Application Accessing the BioRS Integration and Retrieval System through CORBA, Martin Ruopp, Software Development, Biomax AG, Germany
CP11 Internet tools for the Analysis of Gene Expression Data, Angelo Facchiano, ISA - CNR, Italy
CP12 Free Software And CORBA In Large Scale Bioinformatics, Nose Dive Or High Dive? stackPACK II re-implementation as a case study, Antoine van Gelder, Electric Genetics, South Africa
CP14 On Establishing a Genetic Database, Jorge Diaz, Portorico
CP15 Unilateral breast reconstruction: A new computer-aided preoperative planner, Edoardo Raposio, National Cancer Research Institute, Italy
CP16 Computer-based preoperative planning for rectangular tissue expansion, Edoardo Raposio, National Cancer Research Institute, Italy
CP17 Integrating Biological Resource Centers (BRCs) into the bioinformatics network environment, Paolo Romano, National Cancer Research Institute, Italy
CP18 Wireless networking with a PDA: the Ward-In_Hand project, Vittoria Gianuzzi, DISI, University of Genoa, Italy
CP20 "ISCN Parser": a software tool for interpreting cytogenetic data notated in International System for Human Cytogenetic Nomenclature ISCN 1995, Svitlana Bulashevska, Intelligent Bioinformatics Systems, German Cancer Research Center, Germany
CP21 Microarray simulator and expression pattern reading, Luciano Milanesi, ITBA - CNR, Italy
CP22 Biological and Chemical Information Integration System, Omran Bukhres, Computer Science Department, Purdue University School of Science, USA

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