BSML


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BSML

Bioinformatics sequence markup language. An extensible language specification and container for bioinformatic data, developed under a grant from the National Human Genome Research Institute as an evolving public domain standard for the bioinformatics community.
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The strength of their team starts with one of the best goalkeepers in the BSML Brian Martin who has produced several great saves this season already.
Carniny have been the kingpins of the BSML for over 20 years and are current Division One Champions, while Inter Stars have been in the league only two years and won Division Three last season to gain promotion.
With CERF, Rescentris principals continue their long history of developing standards-based applications, dating back to their 1997 release of the first XML data standard for life sciences, BSML, used to represent bioinformatics data.
LabBook has long been a proponent of standardization, supporting the informatics industry by providing BSML as a mechanism for the interoperability of applications.
LabBook's suite of software tools are built on the open and widely accepted eXtensible Markup Language (XML) standard, Bio-Sequence Markup Language - BSML - which enables data to be more easily represented and exchanged between systems in a highly visual and interactive manner.
BSML enables data to be more easily represented and exchanged over the Internet in a highly visual and interactive manner.