OmicsDI XML format
Created in 2017
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|OmicsDI XML Validator||https://github.com/OmicsDI/xml-validator|
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Discovering and linking public omics data sets using the Omics Discovery Index.
Perez-Riverol Y,Bai M,da Veiga Leprevost F,Squizzato S,Park YM,Haug K,Carroll AJ,Spalding D,Paschall J,Wang M,Del-Toro N,Ternent T,Zhang P,Buso N,Bandeira N,Deutsch EW,Campbell DS,Beavis RC,Salek RM,Sarkans U,Petryszak R,Keays M,Fahy E,Sud M,Subramaniam S,Barbera A,Jimenez RC,Nesvizhskii AI,Sansone SA,Steinbeck C,Lopez R,Vizcaino JA,Ping P,Hermjakob H
Nat Biotechnol 2017
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European Bioinformatics Institute (EMBL-EBI), Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, Cambridgeshire, UK (Research institute) Lead
National Center for Protein Sciences, Beijing, China (Research institute)