Open access policy of scientific data will become the mainstream of science in the coming decade, as exemplified by Google Book Search and many online journals. This workshop focuses on the 'open access' database projects in Japan to accelerate research in chemo-informatics.
11:00 - 11:30
"MassBank: Mass spectral database for metabolomics"
Takaaki Nishioka (Keio University)
11:30 - 12:00
"Species-metabolite relation database KNApSAcK: Toward complete metabolite analysis of medicinal/edible plants"
Shigehiko Kanaya (Nara Institute of Sciences and Technology)
12:00 - 12:30
"Focused Biomarker Discovery & MassBank Application Interface"
Ken Aoshima (Eisai Co., Ltd)
12:30 - 13:00
"LC/MS Profile Database of Natural Products in Daiichi-Sankyo"
Koichi Tazaki (DAIICHI SANKYO Co., Ltd)
Bioinformatics Week in Odaiba (BiWO2010)