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BRENDA - the world’s comprehensive enzyme information system – part of de.NBI

BRENDA is one of the most heavily used databases in the molecular biosciences. It includes more than 2 million enzyme functional and property parameters manually extracted from ca. 70 000 literature references and data from text-mining projects. Data include classification and nomenclature, reaction & specificity, enzyme kinetic data, enzyme structure, isolation & preparation, stability for enzyme and nomenclature, structure and interaction role for enzyme ligands including literature references for all data cited. Today ca. 60 000-100 000 scientists are using the BRENDA websites. The development of BRENDA is funded by a BMBF grant, as part as de.NBI, the German Network of bioinformatics infrastructure.


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