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Yamazaki, Yukiko
Akashi, Ryo
Banno, Yutaka
Endo, Takashi
Ezura, Hiroshi
Fukami-Kobayashi, Kaoru
Inaba, Kazuo
Isa, Tadashi
Kamei, Katsuhiko
Kasai, Fumie
Kobayashi, Masatomo
Kurata, Nori
Kusaba, Makoto
Matuzawa, Tetsuro
Mitani, Shohei
Nakamura, Taro
Nakamura, Yukio
Nakatsuji, Norio
Naruse, Kiyoshi
Niki, Hironori
Nitasaka, Eiji
Obata, Yuichi
Okamoto, Hitoshi
Okuma, Moriya
Serikawa, Tadao
Shiroishi, Toshihiko
Sugawara, Hideaki
Urushibara, Hideko
Yamamoto, Masatoshi
Yaoita, Yoshio
Yoshiki, Atsushi
Kohara, Yuji
Abstract
The National BioResource Project (NBRP) is a Japanese project that aims to establish a system for collecting, preserving and providing bioresources for use as experimental materials for life science research. It is promoted by 27 core resource facilities, each concerned with a particular group of organisms, and by one information center. The NBRP database is a product of this project. Thirty databases and an integrated database-retrieval system (BioResource World: BRW) have been created and made available through the NBRP home page (http://www.nbrp.jp). The 30 independent databases have individual features which directly reflect the data maintained by each resource facility. The BRW is designed for users who need to search across several resources without moving from one database to another. BRW provides access to a collection of 4.5-million records on bioresources including wild species, inbred lines, mutants, genetically engineered lines, DNA clones and so on. BRW supports summary browsing, keyword searching, and searching by DNA sequences or gene ontology. The results of searches provide links to online requests for distribution of research materials. A circulation system allows users to submit details of papers published on research conducted using NBRP resources.
Published Date
2010-01
Publication Title
Nucleic Acids Research
Volume
volume38
Publisher
Oxford University Press
Start Page
D26
End Page
D32
ISSN
0305-1048
Content Type
Journal Article
language
英語
Copyright Holders
The Author(s) 2009. Published by Oxford University Press
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True
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