• Braunschweig

Antje Chang, Ida Schomburg, Sandra Placzek, Lisa Jeske (Biodata)

30-31 March 2017

TU Braunschweig, BRICS
Rebenring 56, Room 46

Learning goals:
- Introduction to the BRENDA enzyme database
- Learning and understanding the scope and organization of the database
- Learning and working with the tools of the database


Introduction to BRENDA:
- History, scope and contents
- Data sources and updates
- Application areas

BRENDA web interface:
- Query engine – data access
-- Text-based queries, numerical queries
-- Genome explorer, EC explorer, Taxonomy tree explorer, Ontologies
-- Ligand query via chemical structure or substructure – molecule editor
-- Membrane proteins
-- Pathway based queries
-- Complex combination queries

- Result pages
-- Enzyme summary page
-- Word maps
-- Pathway maps
-- Ligand summary page
-- Enzyme/disease relation
-- Expected taxonomic range
-- Protein 3D structure – amino acid sites
-- Enzyme functional parameters – statistical analysis
-- Text-mining results

Computer-based BRENDA access:
- SBML output

- Basic knowledge in biochemistry, molecular biology and microbiology
- It is recommended that you bring your own laptop

BRENDA, database


Contact, information and registration:
The training is free of charge. The participants have to cover their
traveling and hotel expenses. A list of hotels will be supplied.

Registration deadline: 05.03.2017

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