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The usage of structural data in different biomedical RI's

Carazo, Jose Maria

This document analyses current and emerging usage of structural biology data in the context of different biomedical Research Infrastructures (RI’s). It is produced by West-Life as Deliverable 3.5 in close collaboration with other RI’s and, specifically, in the context of the European Union CORBEL project (http://www.corbel-project.eu, CORBEL “Coordinated Research Infrastructures Building Enduring Life-science Services”). It has been uploaded to CORBEL portal with DOI doi:10.5281/zenodo.1026294.

Structural data, especially in the form of sets of atomic coordinates, are considered by all RI’s in the Biomedical arena as very relevant, especially for ELIXIR, Euro-Bioimaging and EU-Openscreen. Specific coordination actions among these RI’s may provide new synergies to be considered in current and future RI integration projects, such as CORBEL. Another area worth of exploration is the coordination of Instruct-ERIC and other biomedical research infrastructures to fulfill EOSC vision; in this context is particularly important to draw the attention of all biomedical RI’s on the coming call of projects under INFRAEOSC-04-2018: Connecting ESFRI infrastructures through Cluster projects .

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