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- BRENDA in 2019: a European ELIXIR core data resource
Jeske L., Placzek S., Schomburg I., Chang A., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., in print (2019)View free full text paper
Other relevant publications
- BRENDA in 2017: new perspectives and new tools in BRENDA
Placzek S., Schomburg I., Chang A., Jeske L., Ulbrich M., Tillack J., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 45:D380-388 (2017)View free full text paper
- The BRENDA enzyme information system-From a database to an expert system.
Schomburg I., Jeske L., Ulbrich M., Placzek S., Chang A., Schomburg D., J Biotechnol., 261:194-206 (2017)View free full text paper
- BRENDA - From a database to a centre of excellence.
Schomburg I., Schomburg D., Systembiologie.de, 10:18-21 (2016)View free full text paper
- BRENDA in 2015: exciting developments in its 25th year of existence
Chang A., Schomburg I., Placzek S., Jeske L., Ulbrich M., Xiao M., Sensen C.W., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 43:D439-446 (2015)View free full text paper
- BRENDA in 2013: integrated reactions, kinetic data, enzyme function data, improved disease classification: new options and contents in BRENDA.
Schomburg I., Chang A., Placzek S., Söhngen C., Rother M., Lang M., Munaretto C., Ulas S., Stelzer M., Grote A. Scheer M., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 41:764-772 (2013)View free full text paper
- Development of a classification scheme for disease-related enzyme information.
Söhngen C., Chang A., Schomburg D., BMC Bioinformatics, 12:329 (2011)View free full text paper
- BRENDA, the enzyme information system in 2011.
Scheer M., Grote A., Chang A., Schomburg I., Munaretto C., Rother M., Söhngen C., Stelzer M., Thiele J., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 39:670-676 (2011)View free full text paper
- The BRENDA Tissue Ontology (BTO): the first all-integrating ontology of all organisms for enzyme sources.
Gremse M., Chang A., Schomburg I., Grote A., Scheer M., Ebeling C., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 39:D507-13 (2011)View free full text paper
- BKM-react, an integrated biochemical reaction databaseLang M., Stelzer M., Schomburg D., BMC Bioinformatics, 12:42 (2011)View free full text paper
- EnzymeDetector: an integrated enzyme function prediction tool and database.Quester S., Schomburg D., BMC Bioinformatics, 12:376 (2011)View free full text paper
- BRENDA, AMENDA and FRENDA the enzyme information system: new content and tools in 2009.Chang A., Scheer M., Grote A., Schomburg I., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 37: D588-D592 (2009)View free full text paper
- BRENDA, AMENDA and FRENDA: the enzyme information system in 2007.Barthelmes J., Ebeling C., Chang A., Schomburg I., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 35:D511-D514 (2007)View free full text paper
- Structural Analysis and Prediction of Protein Mutant Stability using Distance and Torsion Potentials: Role of Secondary Structure and Solvent Accessibility.Parthiban V, Gromiha MM, Hoppe C, Schomburg D., Proteins, 66(1):41-52 (2007)
- Computational modeling of protein mutant stability: analysis and optimization of statistical potentials and structural features reveal insights into prediction model development.Parthiban V, Gromiha MM, Abhinandan M., Schomburg D., BMC Structural Biology, 7:54 (2007)View free full text paper
- CUPSAT: prediction of protein stability upon point mutations.Parthiban V, Gromiha MM., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acid Res., 34:W239-42 (2006)View free full text paper
- BRENDA, the enzyme database: updates and major new developments.Schomburg I., Chang A., Ebeling C., Gremse M., Heldt C., Huhn G., Schomburg D., Nucleic Acids Res., 32: D431-D433 (2004)View free full text paper
- Review of the BRENDA Database.Pharkya P., Nikolaev E.V., Maranas C.D., Metab Eng., 5(2):71-73 (2003)
- BRENDA: a resource for enzyme data and metabolic information.Schomburg I., Chang A., Hofmann O., Ebeling C., Ehrentreich F., Schomburg D., Trends Biochem Sci., 27(1):54-56 (2002)
- BRENDA, enzyme data and metabolic informationSchomburg, I., Chang, A., Schomburg, D., Nucleic Acids Res. 30, 47-49 (2002)View free full text paper
- Springer Handbook of Enzymes,Schomburg, D., Schomburg, I. (2001) 2nd Ed. Springer, Heidelberg
- Enzyme data and metabolic information: BRENDA, a resource for research in biology, biochemistry, and medicineSchomburg, I., Hofmann, O., Baensch, C., Chang, A., Schomburg, D., Gene Funct. Dis. 3-4, 109-18 (2000)
- BKM-react, an integrated biochemical reaction database