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Creator: Margrete Solheim

Contributor: Margrete Solheim

Raw MS data files of the comparison of Sulfolobus solfataricus grown on either caseinhydrolysate or D-glucose. The numbers represents the fractions collected from the HPLC run (e.g. 22 indicates that this sample was collected from 21 min to 22 min). For MS analysis every two fractions were combined, indicated by double numbers (e.g. 80-81: combined fractions 80 and 81). Furhter all combined fractions were run twice on the MS.
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Report of the Data Management Foundry Workshop,
19th-20th of March, 2012, Vienna, Austria

Tutorial given at the Reproducible and Citable Data and Models Workshop, Warnemunde September 14th-16th 2015.

Columnwise datamatrix of reactions, gene identifiers, substrates and products. The direction of reactions is not given.

Creator: Sebastian Curth

Contributor: Sebastian Curth

RNA processing and degradation is initiated by endonucleolytic cleavage of the target RNAs. In many bacteria, this activity is performed by RNase E which is not present in Bacillus subtilis and other Gram-positive bacteria. Recently, the essential endoribonuclease RNase Y has been discovered in B. subtilis. This RNase is involved in the degradation of bulk mRNA suggesting a major role in mRNA metabolism. However, only a few targets of RNase Y have been identified so far. In order to assess the

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Contributor: Leif Steil

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Creator: Theresa Kouril

Contributor: Theresa Kouril

WT 110901_SN865_B_L006_R1_GQC-28-
100 19.624.852 1,29

llumina fastq format
4 lines for each sequence:
1- Unique identifier, with the following format:
2- Sequence (A, T, C ,G or N (undetermined) only)
3- Orientation (always forward without mapping)
4- Quality value for each base, corresponding to a Phred-like score encoded in ASCII format, with an
offset of of 33 (e.g. “J” gives a value of 41)

An example of a JERM-compliant template for RT-PCR data

This template was taken from the GEO website ( and modified to conform to the SysMO-JERM (Just enough Results Model) for transcriptomics.

TRK1 and TRK2

Creator: Clara Navarrete

Contributor: JERM

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