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NucleaRDB

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Short name NucleaRDB
Full name Information System for Nuclear Receptors
Description The NucleaRDB is a Molecular Class-Specific Information System that collects,combines,validates and disseminates large amounts of heterogeneous data on nuclear hormone receptors.
URL http://www.receptors.org/nucleardb/
Year founded 2001
Last update & version 2011-11-07    v11.7.1
Availability Free to all users
University/Institution hosted Radboud University Nijmegen
Address Nijmegen,The Netherlands
City Nijmegen
Province/State
Country/Region Netherlands
Contact name Gert Vriend
Contact email vriend@cmbi.ru.nl
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  • nuclear hormone receptor
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  • NucleaRDB: information system for nuclear receptors. [PMID: 22064856]

    Bas Vroling, David Thorne, Philip McDermott, Henk-Jan Joosten, Teresa K Attwood, Steve Pettifer, Gert Vriend
    Nucleic acids research 2012:40(Database issue)
    10 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-04-30)

    Abstract: The NucleaRDB is a Molecular Class-Specific Information System that collects, combines, validates and disseminates large amounts of heterogeneous data on nuclear hormone receptors. It contains both experimental and computationally derived data. The data and knowledge present in the NucleaRDB can be accessed using a number of different interactive and programmatic methods and query systems. A nuclear hormone receptor-specific PDF reader interface is available that can integrate the contents of the NucleaRDB with full-text scientific articles. The NucleaRDB is freely available at http://www.receptors.org/nucleardb.

  • Collecting and harvesting biological data: the GPCRDB and NucleaRDB information systems. [PMID: 11125133]

    F Horn, G Vriend, F E Cohen
    Nucleic acids research 2001:29(1)
    199 Citations (Google Scholar as of 2016-04-30)

    Abstract: The amount of genomic and proteomic data that is entered each day into databases and the experimental literature is outstripping the ability of experimental scientists to keep pace. While generic databases derived from automated curation efforts are useful, most biological scientists tend to focus on a class or family of molecules and their biological impact. Consequently, there is a need for molecular class-specific or other specialized databases. Such databases collect and organize data around a single topic or class of molecules. If curated well, such systems are extremely useful as they allow experimental scientists to obtain a large portion of the available data most relevant to their needs from a single source. We are involved in the development of two such databases with substantial pharmacological relevance. These are the GPCRDB and NucleaRDB information systems, which collect and disseminate data related to G protein-coupled receptors and intra-nuclear hormone receptors, respectively. The GPCRDB was a pilot project aimed at building a generic molecular class-specific database capable of dealing with highly heterogeneous data. A first version of the GPCRDB project has been completed and it is routinely used by thousands of scientists. The NucleaRDB was started recently as an application of the concept for the generalization of this technology. The GPCRDB is available via the WWW at http://www.gpcr.org/7tm/ and the NucleaRDB at http://www.receptors.org/NR/.

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nuclear hormone receptor

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  • Created on: 2015-06-20
  • Curated by:
    • Zhang Zhang [2016-04-26]
    • Lin Liu [2016-03-28]
    • Li Yang [2015-11-24]
    • Li Yang [2015-06-26]
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