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Business World highlighted about Dr. Akhilesh Pandey and Institute of Bioinformatics under 'Biotech' section in its June 2007 issue.
 
 
Journal of Proteome Research, in its May 2006 issue, highlighted the achievements of Akhilesh Pandey and co workers at IOB (India), JHU (USA) and University of Wurzburg (Germany) in successfully mapping and assembling largest human interactome. The trend setting analysis of 25,464 human Protein Protein Interactions, tries to reform the conventional wisdom about conservation of PPIs across related organisms. It also hints that essential genes need not be highly connected. Analysis also revealed that genes involved in the same types of diseases or diseases occurring in the same organ are more likely to interact with each other.
 
 
Science magazine under its NetWatch section carried an article - 'Blood Work' about Plasma Proteome Database, a joint work between Institute of Bioinformatics and Johns Hokins University. This database allows accessing of comprehensive list of blood proteins.
 
 
Proteomics, in its August 2005 issue, covered the comprehensive efforts of Institute of Bioinformatics to create the Human Plasma Protein Database and to funtionally annotate the subproteomes in Human plasma. The database was also featured on the cover of the journal highlighting our work.
 
 
Nature, in its July 2005 issue, covered India's Biotech Boom. A special mention was made for the world class research done at the Institute Of Bioinformatics to characterize the human X chromosome.
 
 
Journal of Proteome Research, in its April 2005 issue, covered the work done by Akhilesh Pandey and his team, in analyzing the proteins in hemodialysis fluid under the heading 'Low-abundance proteins in hemodialysis fluid'.
 
 
Nature Genetics in its April 2005 issue published an editorial entitled 'A feat worth replicating', which praised the Institute of Bioinformatics' efforts in annotating the X chromosome.
 
  Cancer Biology & Therapy magazine under its commentary section published an article - 'Finding the bEST Routes to Cancer' citing our effort to identify novel biomarkers in pancreatic cancer through a bioinformatic analysis of expressed sequence tags. This is a joint venture between Institute of Bioinformatics and Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions.

 
 
An article entitled Project Creates Repository for Microarray Datasets, was published in the news section of the August issue of Journal of the National Cancer Institute (USA) describing details of the Oncomine database.

 
 
Science magazine under its NetWatch section carried an article - 'Profiling Cancer Cells' about Oncomine, a joint venture between Institute of Bioinformatics and University of Michigan. This database allows accessing of cancer microarray studies to identify characteristic cancer signatures.

 
 
EurekAlert carried an article - "Common 'signature' found for different cancers" about Oncoming in its June issue. Oncomine is a joint venture between Institute of Bioinformatics and University of Michigan. This database allows accessing of cancer microarray studies to identify characteristic cancer signatures.

 
 
An article - "Common ’signature’ found for different cancers" covering Oncomine, the cancer microarray database was published in the June 23, 2004 issue of Innovations Report . Oncomine is a collaborative project between Institute of Bioinformatics and Chinnaiyan Lab, University of Michigan.

 
 
WEBINDIA123.com in its June issue carried an article titled "Indian scientists find common 'signature' for different cancers" on Oncomine - a cancer microarray database developed by Institute of Bioinformatics and Chinnaiyan Lab, University of Michigan.

 
 
Faculty of 1000, in their January issue carried a comment on Human Protein Reference Database article that was published in Genome Research 2003 Oct 13(10):2363-71.
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Nature Review carried an article on Human Protein Reference Database under its Web Watch section in its January 2004 Vol 5 No 1 issue.
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India Today in its November 2003 publication carried an article 'A Quest for Cures' under its Health and Research section.
 
 
Nature Genetics in its November 2003 publication came out with an article 'Human protein-protein catalog' under its Research Notes section.
 
 
Science magazine under its NetWatch section carried an article RESOURCES: When Proteins Go Awry about Human Protein Reference Database.
 
 

The Scientist published an article 'Protein database unveiled' 'under its DAILY NEWS section on Human Protein Reference Database The Scientist is a part of BioMed Central is an independent publishing house committed to providing immediate free access to peer-reviewed biomedical research.

 
 

GenomeWeb published two articles
1:Hopkins' Pandey Sets up Shop in India for a New Perspective on Human Protein Data on 9/8/2003

2:GENOME TECHNOLOGY: Betting the Farm to Solve the Protein Data Problem with HPRD on 10/15/2003

GenomeWeb Daily News is the leading independent news service serving the advanced life sciences research community worldwide.

 
 

Genome Biology carried an article 'Protein database unveiled' about Human Protein Reference Database.

Genome Biology aims to help researchers respond to the increasing impact of genomics on biological research by providing up-to-date information and critical assessment of progress, and by reporting on and reviewing advances in biology informed by genomics.

 
 

Bio.IT World carried an article about Human Protein Database (HPRD) under the name Sliding Home: Another Day, Another Database

Bio·IT World is the comprehensive media source on the convergence of information technology and the life sciences. Written for senior IT/scientific management, coverage spans life science and research organizations, including pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, drug discovery/development, genomics and proteomics.

 
 
INDOlink featured the work at IOB and about its principal investigator Dr. Akhilesh Pandey under the head Indian-American Leads 52 Scientists Creating Human Protein Database By Francis C. Assisi. INDOLINK has been featured as a Premium Ethnic Portal by major news media, is a US Corporation located in San Ramon, California.
 
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