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Category:Resource:Bioinformatic Harvester IV (beta) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
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Definition <br /> Harvester is a Web-based too <br /> Harvester is a Web-based tool that bulk-collects bioinformatic data on human proteins from various databases and prediction servers. It is a meta search engine for gene and protein information. It searches 16 major databases and prediction servers and combines the results on pregenerated HTML pages. In this way Harvester can provide comprehensive gene-protein information from different servers in a convenient and fast manner.<br /> As full text meta search engine, similar to Google trade mark, Harvester allows screening of the whole genome proteome for current protein functions and predictions in a few seconds. With Harvester it is now possible to compare and check the quality of different database entries and prediction algorithms on a single page.<br /> Sponsors: This work has been supported by the BMBF with grants 01GR0101 and 01KW0013.<br /> grants 01GR0101 and 01KW0013.<br />
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Has role Database +, Data acquisition software +
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Is part of Karlsruhe Institute of Technology; Karlsruhe; Germany +
Keywords Function +, Gene +, Bioinformatics +, Database +, Human +, Meta search engine +, Prediction +, Protein +
Label Resource:Bioinformatic Harvester IV (beta) at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 22 June 2013 00:59:44  +
ModifiedDate 22 June 2013  +
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Synonym Harvester IV  +
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