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    The Winchester Bible

    Donovan, Claire
    London : The British Library ; Winchester : Winchester Cathedral
    1993
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    Titre: The Winchester Bible / Claire Donovan
    Auteur: Donovan, Claire
    Editeur: London : The British Library ; Winchester : Winchester Cathedral
    Date: 1993
    Collation: 64 p. : ill. ; 30 cm
    Titre uniforme: Bible. 000. A.T. et N.T. Latin. Extraits
    Sujet RERO: 12e siècle - Enluminure anglaise - Winchester (Grande-Bretagne)
    Identifiant: 0712303030 (ISBN); http://catalogue.bnf.fr/ark:/12148/cb35628173x (URN)
    No RERO: 2044600
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-2044600/html

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    The SWISS-PROT protein knowledgebase and its supplement TrEMBL in 2003

    Boeckmann, Brigitte
    Bairoch, Amos, Apweiler, Rolf, Blatter, Marie-Claude, Estreicher, Anne, Gasteiger, Elisabeth, Martin, Maria J, Michoud, Karine, O'Donovan, Claire, Phan, Isabelle, Pilbout, Sandrine, Schneider, Michel
    Nucleic Acids Research. - 2003/31/1/365-370
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    Titre: The SWISS-PROT protein knowledgebase and its supplement TrEMBL in 2003
    Auteur: Boeckmann, Brigitte
    Contributeur: Bairoch, Amos; Apweiler, Rolf; Blatter, Marie-Claude; Estreicher, Anne; Gasteiger, Elisabeth; Martin, Maria J; Michoud, Karine; O'Donovan, Claire; Phan, Isabelle; Pilbout, Sandrine; Schneider, Michel
    Description: The SWISS-PROT protein knowledgebase (http://www.expasy.org/sprot/ and http://www.ebi.ac.uk/swissprot/) connects amino acid sequences with the current knowledge in the Life Sciences. Each protein entry provides an interdisciplinary overview of relevant information by bringing together experimental results, computed features and sometimes even contradictory conclusions. Detailed expertise that goes beyond the scope of SWISS-PROT is made available via direct links to specialised databases. SWISS-PROT provides annotated entries for all species, but concentrates on the annotation of entries from human (the HPI project) and other model organisms to ensure the presence of high quality annotation for representative members of all protein families. Part of the annotation can be transferred to other family members, as is already done for microbes by the High-quality Automated and Manual Annotation of microbial Proteomes (HAMAP) project. Protein families and groups of proteins are regularly reviewed to keep up with current scientific findings. Complementarily, TrEMBL strives to comprise all protein sequences that are not yet represented in SWISS-PROT, by incorporating a perpetually increasing level of mostly automated annotation. Researchers are welcome to contribute their knowledge to the scientific community by submitting relevant findings to SWISS-PROT at swiss-prot@expasy.org
    Publication en relation: Nucleic Acids Research. - 2003/31/1/365-370
    Document hôte: Nucleic Acids Research
    Identifiant: 10.1093/nar/gkg095 (DOI)

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    From the research laboratory to the database: the Caenorhabditis elegans kinome in UniProtKB

    Zaru, Rossana, Magrane, Michele, O'Donovan, Claire
    The Biochemical journal, 15 February 2017, Vol.474(4), pp.493-515 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    State of the art in assessing research impact: introduction to a special issue

    Donovan, Claire
    Research Evaluation, 2011, Vol. 20(3), pp.175-179 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Oxford University Press
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    Titre: State of the art in assessing research impact: introduction to a special issue
    Auteur: Donovan, Claire
    Sujet: Sciences (General);
    Description: Papers in this special issue were developed at an international workshop on ‘State of the Art in Assessing Research Impact’, hosted by the Health Economics Research Group at Brunei University. The workshop debated what constitutes state-of-the-art methods for assessing the ‘impact’ (or broader societal returns) of research. Metrics-only approaches employing economic data and science, technology and innovation indicators were found to be behind the times: best practice combines narratives with relevant qualitative and quantitative indicators to gauge broader social, environmental, cultural and economic public value. Limited consultation between policy-makers and the research evaluation community has led to a lack of policy-learning from international developments. Little engagement between research evaluation specialists and the academic community has cast ‘impact’ as the height of philistinism: yet ‘impact’ is a strong weapon for making an evidence-based case to governments and research funders for enhanced financial support, and ‘the state of the art’ is suited to the characteristics of all research fields (including the humanities, creative arts and social sciences) in their own terms.
    Fait partie de: Research Evaluation, 2011, Vol. 20(3), pp.175-179
    Identifiant: 0958-2029 (ISSN); 1471-5449 (E-ISSN); 10.3152/095820211X13118583635918 (DOI)

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    UniProt: the Universal Protein knowledgebase

    Apweiler, Rolf
    Bairoch, Amos, Wu, Cathy H, Barker, Winona C, Boeckmann, Brigitte, Ferro, Serenella, Gasteiger, Elisabeth, Huang, Hongzhan, Lopez, Rodrigo, Magrane, Michele, Martin, Maria J, Natale, Darren A, O'Donovan, Claire, Redaschi, Nicole, Yeh, Lai‐Su L
    Nucleic Acids Research. - 2004/32//D115-D119
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    Titre: UniProt: the Universal Protein knowledgebase
    Auteur: Apweiler, Rolf
    Contributeur: Bairoch, Amos; Wu, Cathy H; Barker, Winona C; Boeckmann, Brigitte; Ferro, Serenella; Gasteiger, Elisabeth; Huang, Hongzhan; Lopez, Rodrigo; Magrane, Michele; Martin, Maria J; Natale, Darren A; O'Donovan, Claire; Redaschi, Nicole; Yeh, Lai‐Su L
    Description: To provide the scientific community with a single, centralized, authoritative resource for protein sequences and functional information, the Swiss‐Prot, TrEMBL and PIR protein database activities have united to form the Universal Protein Knowledgebase (UniProt) consortium. Our mission is to provide a comprehensive, fully classified, richly and accurately annotated protein sequence knowledgebase, with extensive cross‐references and query interfaces. The central database will have two sections, corresponding to the familiar Swiss‐Prot (fully manually curated entries) and TrEMBL (enriched with automated classification, annotation and extensive cross‐references). For convenient sequence searches, UniProt also provides several non‐redundant sequence databases. The UniProt NREF (UniRef) databases provide representative subsets of the knowledgebase suitable for efficient searching. The comprehensive UniProt Archive (UniParc) is updated daily from many public source databases. The UniProt databases can be accessed online (http://www.uniprot.org) or downloaded in several formats (ftp://ftp.uniprot.org/pub). The scientific community is encouraged to submit data for inclusion in UniProt
    Publication en relation: Nucleic Acids Research. - 2004/32//D115-D119
    Document hôte: Nucleic Acids Research
    Identifiant: 10.1093/nar/gkh131 (DOI)

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    The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt): an expanding universe of protein information

    Wu, Cathy H
    Apweiler, Rolf, Bairoch, Amos, Natale, Darren A, Barker, Winona C, Boeckmann, Brigitte, Ferro, Serenella, Gasteiger, Elisabeth, Huang, Hongzhan, Lopez, Rodrigo, Magrane, Michele, Martin, Maria J, Mazumder, Raja, O'Donovan, Claire, Redaschi, Nicole, Suzek, Baris
    Nucleic Acids Research. - 2006/34//D187-D191
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    Titre: The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt): an expanding universe of protein information
    Auteur: Wu, Cathy H
    Contributeur: Apweiler, Rolf; Bairoch, Amos; Natale, Darren A; Barker, Winona C; Boeckmann, Brigitte; Ferro, Serenella; Gasteiger, Elisabeth; Huang, Hongzhan; Lopez, Rodrigo; Magrane, Michele; Martin, Maria J; Mazumder, Raja; O'Donovan, Claire; Redaschi, Nicole; Suzek, Baris
    Description: The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt) provides a central resource on protein sequences and functional annotation with three database components, each addressing a key need in protein bioinformatics. The UniProt Knowledgebase (UniProtKB), comprising the manually annotated UniProtKB/Swiss-Prot section and the automatically annotated UniProtKB/TrEMBL section, is the preeminent storehouse of protein annotation. The extensive cross-references, functional and feature annotations and literature-based evidence attribution enable scientists to analyse proteins and query across databases. The UniProt Reference Clusters (UniRef) speed similarity searches via sequence space compression by merging sequences that are 100% (UniRef100), 90% (UniRef90) or 50% (UniRef50) identical. Finally, the UniProt Archive (UniParc) stores all publicly available protein sequences, containing the history of sequence data with links to the source databases. UniProt databases continue to grow in size and in availability of information. Recent and upcoming changes to database contents, formats, controlled vocabularies and services are described. New download availability includes all major releases of UniProtKB, sequence collections by taxonomic division and complete proteomes. A bibliography mapping service has been added, and an ID mapping service will be available soon. UniProt databases can be accessed online at http://www.uniprot.org or downloaded at ftp://ftp.uniprot.org/pub/databases
    Publication en relation: Nucleic Acids Research. - 2006/34//D187-D191
    Document hôte: Nucleic Acids Research
    Identifiant: 10.1093/nar/gkj161 (DOI)

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    The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt)

    Bairoch, Amos
    Apweiler, Rolf, Wu, Cathy H, Barker, Winona C, Boeckmann, Brigitte, Ferro, Serenella, Gasteiger, Elisabeth, Huang, Hongzhan, Lopez, Rodrigo, Magrane, Michele, Martin, Maria J, Natale, Darren A, O'Donovan, Claire, Redaschi, Nicole, Yeh, Lai-Su L
    Nucleic Acids Research. - 2005/33//D154-D159
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    Titre: The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt)
    Auteur: Bairoch, Amos
    Contributeur: Apweiler, Rolf; Wu, Cathy H; Barker, Winona C; Boeckmann, Brigitte; Ferro, Serenella; Gasteiger, Elisabeth; Huang, Hongzhan; Lopez, Rodrigo; Magrane, Michele; Martin, Maria J; Natale, Darren A; O'Donovan, Claire; Redaschi, Nicole; Yeh, Lai-Su L
    Description: The Universal Protein Resource (UniProt) provides the scientific community with a single, centralized, authoritative resource for protein sequences and functional information. Formed by uniting the Swiss-Prot, TrEMBL and PIR protein database activities, the UniProt consortium produces three layers of protein sequence databases: the UniProt Archive (UniParc), the UniProt Knowledgebase (UniProt) and the UniProt Reference (UniRef) databases. The UniProt Knowledgebase is a comprehensive, fully classified, richly and accurately annotated protein sequence knowledgebase with extensive cross-references. This centrepiece consists of two sections: UniProt/Swiss-Prot, with fully, manually curated entries; and UniProt/TrEMBL, enriched with automated classification and annotation. During 2004, tens of thousands of Knowledgebase records got manually annotated or updated; we introduced a new comment line topic: TOXIC DOSE to store information on the acute toxicity of a toxin; the UniProt keyword list got augmented by additional keywords; we improved the documentation of the keywords and are continuously overhauling and standardizing the annotation of post-translational modifications. Furthermore, we introduced a new documentation file of the strains and their synonyms. Many new database cross-references were introduced and we started to make use of Digital Object Identifiers. We also achieved in collaboration with the Macromolecular Structure Database group at EBI an improved integration with structural databases by residue level mapping of sequences from the Protein Data Bank entries onto corresponding UniProt entries. For convenient sequence searches we provide the UniRef non-redundant sequence databases. The comprehensive UniParc database stores the complete body of publicly available protein sequence data. The UniProt databases can be accessed online (http://www.uniprot.org) or downloaded in several formats (ftp://ftp.uniprot.org/pub). New releases are published every two weeks
    Publication en relation: Nucleic Acids Research. - 2005/33//D154-D159
    Document hôte: Nucleic Acids Research
    Identifiant: 10.1093/nar/gki070 (DOI)

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    The UniProt-GO Annotation database in 2011

    Dimmer, Emily C
    Huntley, Rachael P, Alam-Faruque, Yasmin, Sawford, Tony, O'Donovan, Claire, Martin, Maria J, Bely, Benoit, Browne, Paul, Mun Chan, Wei, Eberhardt, Ruth, Gardner, Michael, Laiho, Kati, Legge, Duncan, Magrane, Michele, Pichler, Klemens, Poggioli, Diego, Sehra, Harminder, Auchincloss, Andrea, Axelsen, Kristian, Blatter, Marie-Claude, Boutet, Emmanuel, Braconi-Quintaje, Silvia, Breuza, Lionel, Bridge, Alan, Coudert, Elizabeth, Estreicher, Anne, Famiglietti, Livia, Ferro-Rojas, Serenella, Feuermann, Marc, Gos, Arnaud, Gruaz-Gumowski, Nadine, Hinz, Ursula, Hulo, Chantal, James, Janet, Jimenez, Silvia, Jungo, Florence, Keller, Guillaume, Lemercier, Phillippe, Lieberherr, Damien, Masson, Patrick, Moinat, Madelaine, Pedruzzi, Ivo, Poux, Sylvain, Rivoire, Catherine, Roechert, Bernd, Schneider, Michael, Stutz, Andre, Sundaram, Shyamala, Tognolli, Michael, Bougueleret, Lydie, Argoud-Puy, Ghislaine, Cusin, Isabelle, Duek- Roggli, Paula, Xenarios, Ioannis, Apweiler, Rolf
    Nucleic Acids Research. - 2012/40/D1/D565-D570
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    Titre: The UniProt-GO Annotation database in 2011
    Auteur: Dimmer, Emily C
    Contributeur: Huntley, Rachael P; Alam-Faruque, Yasmin; Sawford, Tony; O'Donovan, Claire; Martin, Maria J; Bely, Benoit; Browne, Paul; Mun Chan, Wei; Eberhardt, Ruth; Gardner, Michael; Laiho, Kati; Legge, Duncan; Magrane, Michele; Pichler, Klemens; Poggioli, Diego; Sehra, Harminder; Auchincloss, Andrea; Axelsen, Kristian; Blatter, Marie-Claude; Boutet, Emmanuel; Braconi-Quintaje, Silvia; Breuza, Lionel; Bridge, Alan; Coudert, Elizabeth; Estreicher, Anne; Famiglietti, Livia; Ferro-Rojas, Serenella; Feuermann, Marc; Gos, Arnaud; Gruaz-Gumowski, Nadine; Hinz, Ursula; Hulo, Chantal; James, Janet; Jimenez, Silvia; Jungo, Florence; Keller, Guillaume; Lemercier, Phillippe; Lieberherr, Damien; Masson, Patrick; Moinat, Madelaine; Pedruzzi, Ivo; Poux, Sylvain; Rivoire, Catherine; Roechert, Bernd; Schneider, Michael; Stutz, Andre; Sundaram, Shyamala; Tognolli, Michael; Bougueleret, Lydie; Argoud-Puy, Ghislaine; Cusin, Isabelle; Duek- Roggli, Paula; Xenarios, Ioannis; Apweiler, Rolf
    Sujet: Articles
    Description: The GO annotation dataset provided by the UniProt Consortium (GOA: http://www.ebi.ac.uk/GOA) is a comprehensive set of evidenced-based associations between terms from the Gene Ontology resource and UniProtKB proteins. Currently supplying over 100 million annotations to 11 million proteins in more than 360 000 taxa, this resource has increased 2-fold over the last 2 years and has benefited from a wealth of checks to improve annotation correctness and consistency as well as now supplying a greater information content enabled by GO Consortium annotation format developments. Detailed, manual GO annotations obtained from the curation of peer-reviewed papers are directly contributed by all UniProt curators and supplemented with manual and electronic annotations from 36 model organism and domain-focused scientific resources. The inclusion of high-quality, automatic annotation predictions ensures the UniProt GO annotation dataset supplies functional information to a wide range of proteins, including those from poorly characterized, non-model organism species. UniProt GO annotations are freely available in a range of formats accessible by both file downloads and web-based views. In addition, the introduction of a new, normalized file format in 2010 has made for easier handling of the complete UniProt-GOA data set
    Publication en relation: Nucleic Acids Research. - 2012/40/D1/D565-D570
    Document hôte: Nucleic Acids Research
    Identifiant: 10.1093/nar/gkr1048 (DOI)

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    The GOA database: gene Ontology annotation updates for 2015

    Huntley, Rachael P, Sawford, Tony, Mutowo-Meullenet, Prudence, Shypitsyna, Aleksandra, Bonilla, Carlos, Martin, Maria J, O'Donovan, Claire
    Nucleic acids research, January 2015, Vol.43(Database issue), pp.D1057-63 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Introduction: Measuring the impact of arts and humanities research in Europe

    Donovan, Claire, Gulbrandsen, Magnus
    Research Evaluation, 2018, Vol. 27(4), pp.285-286 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Oxford University Press
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    Titre: Introduction: Measuring the impact of arts and humanities research in Europe
    Auteur: Donovan, Claire; Gulbrandsen, Magnus
    Fait partie de: Research Evaluation, 2018, Vol. 27(4), pp.285-286
    Identifiant: 0958-2029 (ISSN); 1471-5449 (E-ISSN); 10.1093/reseval/rvy019 (DOI)