Curated Database

Any database developed, edited or pared by one or more persons with domain expertise who add value to the final product
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SciFinder, a resource from the Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS), is a curated database of chemical and bibliographic information that covers several scientific and biomedical fields, with an emphasis on chemistry.
Based on an extensive and carefully curated database of places and events in 300 cities in 70 countries, it provides a unique help to find what's hidden in a city.
Rochester, NY, December 14, 2014 --(PR.com)-- FlixAcademy, the Ed-Tech startup that is building a curated database of educational movies and videos, is a winner of the Verizon Apps For Class Challenge.
Thus, identical results could be achieved by simply using an (automated) Best Match approach that is set up to identify sequences from Select Agents and sequences in a curated database. When any hits are identified, further follow-up screening by human experts would occur.
Reactome [20], on the other hand, is a curated database of biological processes in humans.
We also compared mitochondrial sequence diversity in the Malagasy with a manually curated database of 19,371 hypervariable segment I sequences, incorporating both published and unpublished data.
The company will participate in the project in a consortium with the Institute of Pathology at Hannover Medical School (MHH), which will conduct clinical and lab validations, and international bioinformatics company Biobase that will create a curated database of knowledge on lung cancer variants, Cartagenia said in a statement.
Ask and Knowledge Graph have fundamentally different mechanisms: Ask's enhanced results are generated automatically, but those in Knowledge Graph work from a large curated database. As a result, Ask works with any query, but Knowledge Graph appears only for a smaller set of queries that match something in its database.
Qiagen believes that the acquisition of Ingenuity will notably expand and underpin its curated database, as well as will add biological interpretation resources to its ecosystem of sample-to-result molecular testing solutions.
In addition, the company's sequencing data will be uploaded real-time to the National Center for Biotechnology Information (NCBI) curated database, thereby enhancing the database's power for source tracking queries.