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GGM: Efficient Navigation and Mining in Distributed Genomedical Data

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Jean-Marc Pierson ; Inst. of Res. in Comput. Sci., Univ. Paul Sabatier, Toulouse ; Julien Gossa ; Pascal Wehrle ; Yonny Cardenas
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The integration of genomics and patient related data is considered as one of the most promising investigation topic in health care research. Started in 2004, the Grid for Geno Medicine (GGM) project aims at providing a comprehensive grid software infrastructure designed to allow biologists to mine and analyze relationships between medical, genetic, and genomic data stored in distributed datawarehouses. The proposed layered service oriented architecture offers a number of independent but compliant services that can be deployed in a grid environment. This paper presents these services insisting on their integration into a common software platform, the use case that is carried out. It also presents the current state of the developments and of the performance evaluations.

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IEEE Transactions on NanoBioscience  (Volume:6 ,  Issue: 2 )