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A German team describes a web server for its DOGMA software, which is designed for quality analyses of transcriptomic and proteomic data. By comparing transcriptome or proteome data to a predetermined "core set" of conserved protein domains and domain arrangements gleaned from reference species, the researchers say, the DOGMA tool estimates the completeness and quality of the data on hand based on missing domains in the new data.

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