Basic Concept behind STRENDA DB

Published on September 14, 2017

Tutorials on STRENDA DB

Basic Concept behind STRENDA DB

Before entering example data, Carsten Kettner describes the basic concept behind STRENDA DB which reflects substantially the common structure of a manuscript. For the data input, STRENDA DB requires header data (the title of the manuscript and the name(s) of the author(s), data on the protein assayed, information on the methodology used and techniques applied including details on the assay conditions and results data that describe the kinetic activity of the enzyme. In a first step, it is demonstrated how to create a Manuscript in STRENDA DB including the input of the header data.

The STRENDA Commission has established standards for data reporting in enzymology research. The aim of these STRENDA Guidelines is to improve the quality of data published in the scientific literature and to enable researchers to compare, evaluate, interpret and reproduce experimental research results published in the literature and databases. STRENDA supports authors by providing STRENDA DB – a web-based database whose data submission form automatically checks the manuscript data prior or during the publication process on compliance with the STRENDA Guidelines.

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