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ready Biological Dynamics Markup Language

Abbreviation: BDML

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Biological Dynamics Markup Language is an open unified format for representing quantitative data of biological dynamics. BDML can describe a wide variety of spatiotemporal dynamics of biological objects from molecules to cells to organisms.


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Created in 2013

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Biological Dynamics Markup Language (BDML): an open format for representing quantitative biological dynamics data

Kyoda, K., Tohsato, Y., Ho, K.H.L., Onami, S.
Bioinformatics 2015

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SSBD: Systems Science of Biological Dynamics
SSBD is a database that collects and shares quantitative biological dynamics data, microscopy images, and software tools. SSBD provides a rich set of resources for analyzing quantitative biological data, such as single-molecule, cell, and gene expression nuclei. Quantitative biological data are collected from a variety of species, sources and methods. These include data obtained from both experiment and computational simulation.

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