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gfarinella89
07-20-2010, 01:09 AM
The BEL Repository contains a collection of models of general utility
in biomechanics research. The repository, which was previously
available on Biomed Town, has now been integrated to the
PhysiomeSpace service
(www.physiomespace.com) and can be
accessed from
https://www.biomedtown.org/biomed_town/LHDL/users/repository/lhprepository2/ps_home.
This integration will give the PhysiomeSpace users the possibility to
search and annotate the data resource of the BEL repository, working
on a collection of data already known by the scientific community.

More information on PhysiomeSpace:

PhysiomeSpace service, an
interactive digital library service hosted on the Biomedtown portal,
designed to manage and share a large collection of heterogeneous
biomedical data. PhysiomeSpace provides free accounts with up to 1 GB
of on-line storage space and it is free to use for no profit research
purposes under the LHDL license agreement
www.physiomespace.com/public/LHDLdata_Licence.

A license for commercial use of the LHDL data collection is also
available, for more information please contact: bic@ior.it.

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Giovanna Farinella, Martina Contin, Enrico Schileo and Marco
Viceconti for the BioEngineering Computing Laboratory of Istituto
Ortopedico Rizzoli, Bologna, Italy







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Giovanna Farinella
Biomedical Engineer
BioEngineering Computing Laboratory
Istituti Ortopedici Rizzoli
Via di Barbiano 1/10, 40126, Bologna (Italy)
tel +39-051-6366965
e-mail: farinella@tecno.ior.it or bic@ior.it
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