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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[3] PERL, BSML (bioinformatics sequence markup language), [4] BIOML (biopolymer markup language) [5] and PYTHON [6] (which is a complete subject-oriented scripting language) are some of the languages used in the above-mentioned computer program.
By combining an open and widely accepted extensible Markup Language (XML) standard for bioinformatics, Bioinformatics Sequence Markup Language (BSML), with a biology-smart browser (Genomic XML Browser and XML converters), LabBook has created a front end for life science informatics that enables dynamic integration and annotation of diverse databases.
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