2-DE Databases on the World Wide Web
With the development of the Internet, a growing number of two-dimensional gel electrophoresis (2-DE) databases become available (50 in January 2004, for a total of 270 image maps). By linking the two components constituting 2-DE databases—images and protein information—the active hypertext links provide a powerful tool for data integration, in addition to navigation from one database to another. This chapter shows how to remotely retrieve data from these databases over the Internet.
KeywordsMigration Urea Platinum Electrophoresis Polypeptide
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