Publications

About ELIXIR

The Danish ELIXIR Node. Brunak S. et al., BioZoom 17, 8-9 (2015)
ELIXIR Europe: Sustainable Sharing of Data in the Life Sciences. Blomberg N. et al., BioZoom 17, 4-7 (2015)
ELIXIR: Data for Life. Blomberg N., ELIXIR Europe (2014)
ELIXIR Scientific Programme 2014-2020. ELIXIR Europe (2014)
ELIXIR: a distributed infrastructure for European biological data. Crosswell L.C. and Thornton J.M., Trends Biotechnol. 30, 241-242 (2012)

 

About/related to the ELIXIR Tools and Data Services Registry

Tools and data services registry: a community effort to document bioinformatics resources. Ison J. et al., Nucleic Acids Res. 44 (D1), D38-D47 (2016)
Using registries to integrate bioinformatics tools and services into workbench environments. Ménager H. et al., Int J Softw Tools Technol Transfer DOI 10.1007/s10009-015-0392-z (2015)
BioShaDock: a community driven bioinformatics shared Docker-based tools registry. Moreews F. et al., F1000Research. 2015;4:1443. DOI 10.12688/f1000research.7536.1 (2015)

 

Addressing the scientific relevance of the ELIXIR infrastructure

Patterns of database citation in articles and patents indicate long-term scientific and industry value of biological data resources. Bousfield et al., 10.5256/f1000research.7911.d113281 (2016)
A Quick Guide for Building a Successful Bioinformatics Community. Budd A. et al., PLoS Comput Biol 11, e1003972 (2015)
Business case: Infrastructure for Systems Biology in Europe. ISBE (2014)
Fifteen years SIB Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics: life science databases, tools and support. Stockinger H. et al., Nucl. Acids Res. 42, W436-41 (2014) 
The impact of integrated omics technologies for patients with rare diseases. Johnston L. et al., Expert Opin. Orphan Drugs, 2, 1211-1219 (2014)
Biology: The big challenges of big data. Marx V., Nature  498, 255–260 (2013).
A vision and strategy for the virtual physiological human: 2012 update. Hunter P. et al., Interface Focus 3 (2013)
EDAM: an ontology of bioinformatics operations, types of data and identifiers, topics and formats. Ison J. et al., Bioinformatics 29, 1325–1332 (2013)
Integration of global resources for human genetic variation and disease. Schofield P.N. and Hancock J.M., Human Mutation 33, 813–816 (2012)
Riding the wave of biological data. Gross M., Curr. Biology 21, R204–R206 (2011)
The European Bioinformatics Institute’s data resources. Brooksbank C. et al., Nucl. Acids Res. 38, D17-25 (2010)
Is the grass greener on the other side? Greener M., EMBO reports 9, 835-837 (2009)
‘Omics Data Sharing. Field D. et al., Science 326, 234–236 (2009)