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      Database model and specification of GermOnline Release 2.0, a cross-species community annotation knowledgebase on germ cell differentiation.

      Bioinformatics

      Artificial Intelligence, User-Computer Interface, Species Specificity, methods, Oligonucleotide Array Sequence Analysis, Internet, Information Storage and Retrieval, Information Dissemination, Humans, physiology, cytology, Germ Cells, Gene Expression Profiling, Documentation, Databases, Genetic, Database Management Systems, genetics, Cell Differentiation, Animals

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          GermOnline is a web-accessible relational database that enables life scientists to make a significant and sustained contribution to the annotation of genes relevant for the fields of mitosis, meiosis, germ line development and gametogenesis across species. This novel approach to genome annotation includes a platform for knowledge submission and curation as well as microarray data storage and visualization hosted by a global network of servers. The database is accessible at http://www.germonline.org/. For convenient world-wide access we have set up a network of servers in Europe (http://germonline.unibas.ch/; http://germonline.igh.cnrs.fr/), Japan (http://germonline.biochem.s.u-tokyo.ac.jp/) and USA (http://germonline.yeastgenome.org/). Extended documentation of the database is available through the link 'About GermOnline' at the websites.

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          10.1093/bioinformatics/bth030
          14751982

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