Interoperability with Moby 1.0--it's better than sharing your toothbrush!

TitleInteroperability with Moby 1.0--it's better than sharing your toothbrush!
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsWilkinson, MD, Senger, M, Kawas, E, Bruskiewich, R, Gouzy, J, Noirot, C, Bardou, P, Ng, A, Haase, D, Saiz, Ede Andres, Wang, D, Gibbons, F, Gordon, PMK, Sensen, CW, Carrasco, JManuel Rod, Fernández, JM, Shen, L, Links, M, Ng, M, Opushneva, N, Neerincx, PBT, Leunissen, JAM, Ernst, R, Twigger, S, Usadel, B, Good, B, Wong, Y, Stein, L, Crosby, W, Karlsson, J, Royo, R, Párraga, I, Ramírez, S, Gelpi, JLluis, Trelles, O, Pisano, DG, Jimenez, N, Kerhornou, A, Rosset, R, Zamacola, L, Tárraga, J, Huerta-Cepas, J, Carazo, JMaría, Dopazo, J, Guigó, R, Navarro, A, Orozco, M, Valencia, A, M Claros, G, Pérez, AJ, Aldana, J, M Rojano, M, Cruz, RFernandez-, Navas, I, Schiltz, G, Farmer, A, Gessler, D, Schoof, H, Groscurth, A
Corporate AuthorsBioMoby Consortium
JournalBrief Bioinform
Volume9
Issue3
Pagination220-31
Date Published2008 May
ISSN1477-4054
KeywordsComputational Biology; Database Management Systems; Databases, Factual; Information Storage and Retrieval; Internet; Programming Languages; Systems Integration
Abstract

The BioMoby project was initiated in 2001 from within the model organism database community. It aimed to standardize methodologies to facilitate information exchange and access to analytical resources, using a consensus driven approach. Six years later, the BioMoby development community is pleased to announce the release of the 1.0 version of the interoperability framework, registry Application Programming Interface and supporting Perl and Java code-bases. Together, these provide interoperable access to over 1400 bioinformatics resources worldwide through the BioMoby platform, and this number continues to grow. Here we highlight and discuss the features of BioMoby that make it distinct from other Semantic Web Service and interoperability initiatives, and that have been instrumental to its deployment and use by a wide community of bioinformatics service providers. The standard, client software, and supporting code libraries are all freely available at http://www.biomoby.org/.

DOI10.1093/bib/bbn003
Alternate JournalBrief. Bioinformatics
PubMed ID18238804