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Object-Oriented Access to ACEDB Databases

AcePerl is an object-oriented Perl interface for the AceDB database. It provides functionality for connecting to remote AceDB databases, performing queries, fetching ACE objects, and updating databases. The programmer's API is compatible with the JADE Java API, and interoperable with the API used by BoulderIO.

AceDB is a genome database system developed since 1989 primarily by Jean Thierry-Mieg (CNRS, Montpellier) and Richard Durbin (Sanger Institute). It was originally developed for the C.elegans genome project , from which its name was derived (A C. elegans DataBase).


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OtherDebian: Andreas Tille <>29 October 2013
License: perl
License:LGPLv2orlaterDebian: Andreas Tille <>29 October 2013
License: lgpl-2+

LGPL-2+ This file is part of the ACEDB genome database package, written by Richard Durbin (Sanger Centre, UK), and Jean Thierry-Mieg (CRBM du CNRS, France) mieg@kaa.crbm.cnrs-

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 9 April 2018.


Date 2015-07-17
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