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Curcumin Resource Database.

Kumar A, Chetia H, Sharma S, Kabiraj D, Talukdar NC, Bora U - Database (Oxford) (2015)

Bottom Line: The lack of a universal source of data on curcumin as well as curcuminoids has been felt by the curcumin research community for long.Furnished with a user-friendly web interface and in-built search engine, CRDB provides well-curated and cross-referenced information that are hyperlinked with external sources.CRDB is expected to be highly useful to the researchers working on structure as well as ligand-based molecular design of curcumin analogs.

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Affiliation: Bioengineering Research Laboratory, Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG), Assam 781039, India, Centre for Biological Sciences (Bioinformatics), Central University of South Bihar (CUSB), Patna 800014, India.

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Mentions: CRDB is implemented in a PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) module with Java scripts running in the front end whereas MySQL database and Apache web server at the back end as shown in Figure 3. A PHP security system was included in CRDB to prevent data infringement and data hack. This architecture resides upon an Intel Pentium 4 processor and running on Linux-based server. The web interface comprises a collection of web pages related to the data provided as shown in Figure 4. The search page of the database serves as the gateway to query the database contents dynamically as instructed by the user through various options (dropdown menus/keyword search) as shown in Figure 5. The data collected from different sources are initially stored in manually curated Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, saved in .csv (comma separated values) format and uploaded to the database server. The database works well with commonly available web browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer.Figure 3.


Curcumin Resource Database.

Kumar A, Chetia H, Sharma S, Kabiraj D, Talukdar NC, Bora U - Database (Oxford) (2015)

Web development strategy of CRDB.
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Related In: Results  -  Collection

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bav070-F3: Web development strategy of CRDB.
Mentions: CRDB is implemented in a PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) module with Java scripts running in the front end whereas MySQL database and Apache web server at the back end as shown in Figure 3. A PHP security system was included in CRDB to prevent data infringement and data hack. This architecture resides upon an Intel Pentium 4 processor and running on Linux-based server. The web interface comprises a collection of web pages related to the data provided as shown in Figure 4. The search page of the database serves as the gateway to query the database contents dynamically as instructed by the user through various options (dropdown menus/keyword search) as shown in Figure 5. The data collected from different sources are initially stored in manually curated Microsoft Excel spreadsheets, saved in .csv (comma separated values) format and uploaded to the database server. The database works well with commonly available web browsers, such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Microsoft Internet Explorer.Figure 3.

Bottom Line: The lack of a universal source of data on curcumin as well as curcuminoids has been felt by the curcumin research community for long.Furnished with a user-friendly web interface and in-built search engine, CRDB provides well-curated and cross-referenced information that are hyperlinked with external sources.CRDB is expected to be highly useful to the researchers working on structure as well as ligand-based molecular design of curcumin analogs.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Bioengineering Research Laboratory, Department of Biosciences and Bioengineering, Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati (IITG), Assam 781039, India, Centre for Biological Sciences (Bioinformatics), Central University of South Bihar (CUSB), Patna 800014, India.

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