|Title||IntelliGEN: A Distributed Workflow System for Discovering Protein-Protein Interactions|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2003|
|Authors||Krzysztof Kochut, Ismailcem Budak Arpinar, John Miller, Amit Sheth, Jorge Cardoso, Jonathan Arnold|
|Journal||Special issue on Bioinformatics|
|Keywords||Bioinformatics, biological process, Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS), monitoring workflow, protein-protein interaction, workflow management, workflow result quality, workflow to discover protein-protein interactions|
A large genomics project involves a significant number of researchers and technicians performing dozens of tasks, either manual (eg performing laboratory experiments), computer assisted (eg looking for genes in the GENBANK database), or sometimes performed entirely automatically by the computer (eg sequence assembly). It has become apparent that managing such projects poses overwhelming problems and may lead to results of lower or even unacceptable quality, or possibly drastically increased project costs. In this paper, ...
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K. Kochut, J. Arnold, A. Sheth, J. Miller, I. B. Arpinar, and J. Cardoso, ÂIntelliGEN: A Distributed Workflow System for Discovering Protein-Protein Interactions,Âspecial issue on Bioinformatics, Distributed and Parallel Databases: An International Journal, 13 (no. 1), January 2003, pp. 43Â72.