:: Volume 11, Issue 3 (Atumn 2021) ::
JABS 2021, 11(3): 3903-3912 Back to browse issues page
A Simple Guideline for Applying Online or Offline Biochemical/Biological Databases Targeting Undergraduate Students up to Postgraduate Ones
Sirvan Abbasbeigi
Department of Cellular and Molecular biology & Biochemistry, Science and Research Branch, Islamic Azad University, Sanandaj, Iran , nemesis.student@gmail.com
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About half a century ago, perhaps few people thought that the development of a particular type of viral disease and the vaccination process would take nearly a year; however, it happened (successful or unsuccessful). The best tool to help researchers in this direction is the subsequent development of computer-based science and proprietary processes. As we all know, biological science is largely attributed to the development of computers and artificial intelligence in the identification, prevention, and treatment of various diseases. The different overlap between these two disciplines has always attracted the audience of its attributes in the interdisciplinary field. For a specific group of science students, one of the disadvantages is familiarity with how they work and how to distinguish between databases. Many databases for researchers have been developed online in their specific fields. Searching and using this series of data on the Internet has become a common practice, which means that for a professional researcher, this in itself turns into an advantage. However, some groups are interested in using these data and do not have the special information as experienced researchers. This article briefly attempts to introduce a simple ladder of biochemical science and biology based solely on cyberspace.
Keywords: Biomedical Enhancements, Biomedical Technologies, Computational Molecular Biology
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Type of Study: Review | Subject: Cellular-Molecular Biology
Received: 2021/02/12 | Accepted: 2021/06/21 | Published: 2021/11/13

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