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Basic information
Short name RDB
Full name Receptor database
Description RDB was constructed so that the system collects data items such as attributes of proteins from distributed data sources of the Internet, and so that it provides various viewing tools effectively, depending on different types of receptor data. Such sources include standard international biological databases such as the up-to-date database of PIR, Swiss Prot, PDB, GenBank and GDB.
URL http://impact.nihs.go.jp/RDB.html
Year founded 1999
Last update & version
Availability Not Available
Contact information
University/Institution hosted National Institute of Health Sciences
Address Division of Chem-Bio Informatics, National Institute of Health Sciences, 1-18-1, Kamiyoga, Setagaya-ku, Tokyo 158-8501, Japan.
City Tokyo
Province/State
Country/Region Japan
Contact name K Nakata
Contact email nakata@nihs.go.jp
Data information
Data object
  • Animal
Data type
  • Protein
Database category
  • Phylogeny and homology
  • Structure
Major organism
  • Homo sapiens
Keyword
  • receptor data
Publications
  • Development of the receptor database (RDB): application to the endocrine disruptor problem. [PMID: 10487862]
    K Nakata, T Takai, T Kaminuma

    MOTIVATION: To represent various aspects of receptors effectively, we developed the receptor database (RDB), using an object-oriented database management system ACEDB and the Internet/WWW technology.
    RESULTS: RDB was constructed so that the system collects data items such as attributes of proteins from distributed data sources of the Internet, and so that it provides various viewing tools effectively, depending on different types of receptor data. Such sources include standard international biological databases such as the up-to-date database of PIR, Swiss Prot, PDB, GenBank and GDB. Application to the endocrine disruptor problem is presented.
    AVAILABILITY: RDB is available through the Internet at http://impact.nihs.go.jp/RDB.html.

    Bioinformatics 1999:15(7-8)

    4 Citations (from Europe PMC, 2018-12-08)

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