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Date:2/27/2012

sm of study or be introduced to the 3D structure of the enzymes affected and the genomic information coding for those."

The design of the Enzyme Portal was based entirely on user demand and feedback. "We didn't come in with preconceived ideas of what it should be; it was designed by users, for users," said Cheminformatics Coordinator Paula de Matos. "We had enough data, but it was distributed over 10 different resources. Now, we have a central place where they can access and explore all of it including information about disease."

"The Enzyme Portal takes the researcher's perspective," added User Experience Analyst Jenny Cham. "We leveraged user-testing feedback to create it, making it the first EMBL-EBI resource to have a fully user-centred design from scratch. This approach was not only cost-effective; it made decision making and communication much easier particularly in terms of design and technology choices."


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European Molecular Biology Laboratory - European Bioinformatics Institute
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