The IBCP have integrated several tools for protein sequence analysis with the Web services technology. These Bioinformatics Web services provide scientists and developers with programmatic access to these tools. Our Web services are build upon standards from the W3C like SOAP, WSRF and HTTP. These tools can be use remotely through a graphical and integrated SOAP client like Taverna or Triana. You can also write your own SOAP client with languages such as Python SUDS, C/C++ gSOAP, perl SOAP::Lite or Java.
This page is pre-showing the future release of the IBCP Web services, especially featuring some BioXSD-enabled Web services [bioxsd]. If you are looking for the original one, with more integrated bioinformatics services, please go there.
Bioinformatics Tools available
- Multiple alignment
- Secondary structure of protein
- Sequence similarity
Registration in repository
We have registered our services in two online repositories: the EMBRACE registry and the SEEKDA search engine. The most important advantage of such registries are to provide users with a single point of contact where they can find the services they need to analyze their data. The EMBRACE registry is also monitoring the availability of the services with some functional tests we have provided.
- EMBRACE registry [URL]
- The IBCP services are listed at that URL.
- SEEKDA search engine [URL]
- You can see all our Web services on our provider's page [IBCP@SEEKDA] , or by making a search with these keywords "provider:"ibcp.fr"".