An object-oriented database of protein structure data
An object-oriented database system is being developed, which is used to store protein three-dimensional structure data. Proteins from Brookhaven's Protein Data Bank (PDB) axe classified by their enzyme code numbers and each protein is represented as a composite object. The system provides a number of methods to avoid writing lengthy Object-SQL (OSQL) statements for complex queries. Furthermore, fixed views are also provided to achieve efficient query processing.
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