N. D. Zelinsky Institute of Organic Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia
KEYWORDS: structure, glycomics, bacterial carbohydrates, bibliography, taxonomy, database, BCSDB
Journal of chemical information and modeling, 2011, v.51(1), pp.159-170
Bacterial carbohydrate structure database (BCSDB) is an open-access project that collects primary publication data on carbohydrate structures originating from bacteria, their biological properties, bibliographic and taxonomic annotations, NMR spectra, etc. Almost complete coverage and outstanding data consistency are achieved. BCSDB version 3 and the principles lying behind it, including glycan description language, are reported.