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By Kiyoko F. Aoki-Kinoshita
This publication presents glycoscientists with a guide of invaluable databases that may be utilized to glycoscience study. even supposing many databases are actually publicly to be had, one of many hurdles for his or her clients is the training curve required to successfully make the most of these databases. hence, this publication not just describes the present databases, but in addition presents the best way to receive the objective facts. that's, simply because many databases supply quite a few info that may be acquired from varied views, every one bankruptcy offers clients with power organic questions that may be spoke back via a specific database and step by step directions, with figures, on the right way to receive that info. Troubleshooting information also are supplied to assist clients encountering difficulties that may be envisioned whilst utilizing those databases. in addition, touch details for every database is supplied in case unforeseen matters arise.
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Fig. 17 Search process by motif name. When a motif name is typed in the form, a list of candidate names will pop up automatically when more than three characters are entered is a snapshot of the Glycan List screen. The following describes each numbered section of Fig. 16. 1. Search This search form allows users to search for particular glycans having specific motifs and/or monosaccharides. When a motif or monosaccharide name is typed in the form, a list of candidate names will pop up automatically when three or more characters are entered (see Fig.
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3 File Upload In order to register glycans using the “File Upload” system, a text file needs to be prepared as follows (Fig. 0: The First International Glycan Structure Repository 45 Fig. 4 A snapshot of the screen for registration confirmation. The registration confirmation page lists four items: a checkbox to select the glycan structure(s) to register, the “Original Structure” in the format originally provided, the “Structure” in WURCS format, and the “Image” of the glycan in graphical format 1.
A Practical Guide to Using Glycomics Databases by Kiyoko F. Aoki-Kinoshita