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invaluable technique of microarray. Therefore, in 1985, microarray was funded and has progressed by the time. Because of the establishment of a diversity of online and offline software, tools, and databases, the molecular nucleic acid-based technologies have
Authors:Eduardo A. Oliveira, Enrico A. Colosimo, Daniella R. Martelli, Isabel G. Quirino, Maria Christina L. Oliveira, Leonardo S. Lima, Ana Cristina Simões e Silva and Hercílio Martelli-Júnior
experience with the Lattes database is a powerful example of good practice. This provides high-quality data on about 1.6 million researchers and about 4,000 institutions. The data are referred to by the federal agency when making funding decisions, and by
the activity of the business sector, the activity of the science sector and the interaction between the two.
The scientific activity, (e.g. output performance or cooperation) is frequently analysed with the help of bibliographic databases
Authors:C. Kuti, L. Láng, G. Gulyás, I. Karsai, K. Mészáros, G. Vida and Z. Bedő
Antofie, A., Lateur, M., Oger, R., Patocchi, A., Durel, C.E., Weg, W.E.V.D. 2007: A new versatile database created for geneticists and breeders to link molecular and phenotypic data in perennial crops: The
Authors:Nurver Ulger Toprak, Alida C. M. Veloo, Edit Urban, Ingrid Wybo, Helene Jean-Pierre, Trefor Morris, Ulrik Stenz Justesen, Vesna Tripkovic, Samo Jeverica, Guner Soyletir, Elisabeth Nagy and on behalf of the ESCMID Study Group for Anaerobic Infections (ESGAI)
(bioMérieux Inc., France). Methodology of the two systems is similar, but differences are present in composition of databases and application of software packages for data analyses [ 8 ]. Earlier studies evaluating MALDI-TOF MS identification of Prevotella
Authors:Edmundas Kazimieras Zavadskas, Raimundas Kirvaitis and Eleonora Dagienė
three Baltic States—Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia.
The paper discusses evolution of scientific publications issued in the Baltic States during the last 20 years of independence and referred in international databases. Special attention is given
Authors:Paula Leite, Rogério Mugnaini and Jacqueline Leta
all cases, journalists have celebrated the better Brazilian performance in terms of number of publications catalogued in the database ISI/Thomson Reuters which has led the country to occupy the 13th position worldwide, ahead of Holland, Israel and