BioMOBY

BioMOBY: An open-source biological web services proposal. BioMOBY is an Open Source research project which aims to generate an architecture for the discovery and distribution of biological data through web services; data and services are decentralised, but the availability of these resources, and the instructions for interacting with them, are registered in a central location called MOBY Central. BioMOBY adds to the web services paradigm, as exemplified by Universal Data Discovery and Integration (UDDI), by having an object-driven registry query system with object and service ontologies. This allows users to traverse expansive and disparate data sets where each possible next step is presented based on the data object currently in-hand. Moreover, a path from the current data object to a desired final data object could be automatically discovered using the registry. Native BioMOBY objects are lightweight XML, and make up both the query and the response of a simple object access protocol (SOAP) transaction

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  7. Prlić, Andreas; Down, Thomas A.; Kulesha, Eugene; Finn, Robert D.; Kähäri, Andreas; Hubbard, Tim Jp: Integrating sequence and structural biology with DAS (2007) ioport
  8. Willighagen, Egon L.; O’boyle, Noel M.; Gopalakrishnan, Harini; Jiao, Dazhi; Guha, Rajarshi; Steinbeck, Christoph; Wild, David J.: Userscripts for the life sciences (2007) ioport
  9. Mahoui, Malika; Lu, Lingma; Gao, Ning; Li, Nianhua; Chen, Jessica; Bukhres, Omran; Miled, Zina Ben: A dynamic workflow approach for the integration of bioinformatics services (2005) ioport