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Community OSP (Database) extensions #224

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StephanSchaller opened this Issue Sep 13, 2018 · 3 comments

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StephanSchaller commented Sep 13, 2018

Not sure where to post this:

I'd like to propose a "Space" on the OSP community, where we can "park" (publications on) new (physiological) data that could be used to extend the OSP Database.

This could be publications on new (or not yet integrated) Enzyme Ontogeny profiles, Expression levels (in special pops or animals), New Populations.

Likewise we could have a "space" where we can discuss new methods or workflows (e.g. IVIVE).

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tobiasK2001 commented Sep 14, 2018

Great Idea! I would happy to contribute a some publications I came accross while looking for other stuff...

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msevestre commented Sep 14, 2018

I think this is a good idea. This could be one repository with dedicated labels. All those entries would be issues that would only be closed, when implemented in the OSP database or when deemed irrelevant.

How should we name such repository?

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sfrechen commented Sep 25, 2018

Great idea to gather our different efforts in establishing a "curated" database as a sort of meta-analysis.
We have to distinguish between absolute and relative abundances.

name suggestion: "(enzyme and transporter) abundance database" ?

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