• Analysis of the enzymatic network 

    Mummaneni, Avanthi (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    A biochemical network is very large, complex system with very diverse components. In order to study the behavior of networks, the first step is to study their architecture. Studying network architecture raises many basic ...
  • Automating database curation with workflow technology 

    Sanghi, Gaurav Ashokkumar (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2005)
    Building scientific databases is extremely difficult and expensive. Costs could be reduced if the experts who curate the deposited data, are provided with data that are reviewed by other experts at lower levels for accuracy ...
  • Heuristics for searching chemical structures 

    Basu, Nandini, 1971- (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2007)
    Chemical and biochemical structure databases are useful for retrieving information to a wide range of users, ranging from a high school student to a medical research scientist. These databases provide the user with various ...
  • Visualizing biochemical networks with Netview 

    Chikkabel, Archana (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2006)
    Networks are modelled as graphs and are represented visually using graph-drawing algorithms. Visualization of such big networks help biologists understand them. In this paper, we present a Java 3d-based visualization toolkit ...