Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors

Hofestädt R, Scholz U (1998)
Biosystems 47(1-2): 91-102.

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Methods of biotechnology allow the analysis of molecular structures and molecular processes. Different molecular database systems are available which allow worldwide data access. Methods and concepts of bioinformatics are important for the analysis of these molecular data, which represent complex regulatory networks. The detection of metabolic diseases is one application of information systems, which represents molecular and medical data and allows the simulation of metabolic processes. In this paper we present the architecture of our molecular information system.
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Hofestädt R, Scholz U. Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors. Biosystems. 1998;47(1-2):91-102.
Hofestädt, R., & Scholz, U. (1998). Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors. Biosystems, 47(1-2), 91-102.
Hofestädt, R., and Scholz, U. (1998). Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors. Biosystems 47, 91-102.
Hofestädt, R., & Scholz, U., 1998. Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors. Biosystems, 47(1-2), p 91-102.
R. Hofestädt and U. Scholz, “Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors”, Biosystems, vol. 47, 1998, pp. 91-102.
Hofestädt, R., Scholz, U.: Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors. Biosystems. 47, 91-102 (1998).
Hofestädt, Ralf, and Scholz, Uwe. “Information processing for the analysis of metabolic pathways and inborn errors”. Biosystems 47.1-2 (1998): 91-102.
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