McLEAN, Va., April 3 - With researchers at the first annual meeting of the Human Proteome Organization clamoring for bioinformatics tools to help analyze protein data, Rolf Apweiler, the coordinator for the Swiss-Prot database of annotated protein sequence, said that his group would work to provide a platform for scientists to "ask questions across many different experiments," and link Swiss-Prot to other biological databases not specifically related to proteins.

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