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    1717This situation prevents these services to be popularized for and used in combination by end users as a infrastructure of the daily research. 
    18 The BioMOBY project has been tried to overcome the circumstances by defining ontologies for data types and methods used in the services. 
     18The [http://www.biomoby.org/ BioMOBY] project has been tried to overcome the circumstances by defining ontologies for data types and methods used in the services. 
    1919However, there are many major service providers are not yet participated in the BioMOBY framework. 
    20 Especially, there are several web service providers in Japan such as DDBJ, KEGG, PDBj and CBRC but none of them are not integrated in any context. 
     20Especially, there are several web service providers in Japan such as [http://www.xml.nig.ac.jp/ DDBJ], [http://www.genome.jp/kegg/soap/ KEGG], 
     21[http://www.pdbj.org/ PDBj] and [http://www.cbrc.jp/ CBRC] but none of them are not integrated in any context. 
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    2223Thus, at [http://www.dbcls.jp/en/ DBCLS], we started to develop a new proxy server which translates user's request for the appropriate web service provider. 
     
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    2627We believe gathering all web service providers to disucuss about the standardization of objects and methods among web services, 
    27 and Open Bio* library developers from different programming languages to discuss about the implementation of the common infrastructure, 
     28and Open Bio* library developers from different programming languages ([http://www.bioperl.org/ BioPerl], [http://www.biopython.org/ BioPython], 
     29[http://www.bioruby.org/ BioRuby], and [http://www.biojava.org/ BioJava]) to discuss about the implementation of the common infrastructure, 
    2830must benefit usability and interoperability for the life science in the next era. 
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