Web services for bioinformatics, Part 2

Integrate high-throughput services with web services

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Mine Altunay, Daniel Colonnese, and Chetna Warade

Date archived: September 6, 2016 | First published: May 25, 2004

Current bioinformatics workflows require screen-scraping the results of different bioinformatics tools on several web sites. High-throughput services integrated with web services allow researchers to access a virtual organization by providing seamless access to vast computational and storage resources. In this article you can learn the details of integrating Open Grid Services Architecture (OGSA), web services, and the NC BioGrid.

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ArticleTitle=Web services for bioinformatics, Part 2