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We make no warranties regarding the correctness of the data, and disclaim liability for damages resulting from its use. We cannot provide unrestricted permission regarding the use of the data, as some data may be covered by patents or other rights. It is the responsibility of users of Norine database to ensure that their exploitation of the data does not infringe any of the rights of any third parties.

Norine citation

To cite Norine Norine is freely available to everybody. If you use the database, please cite:

Norine: update of the nonribosomal peptide resource. Areski Flissi, Emma Ricart, Clémentine Campart, Mickaël Chevalier, Yoann Dufresne, Juraj Michalik, Philippe Jacques, Christophe Flahaut, Frédéric Lisacek, Valérie Leclère and Maude Pupin
Nucleic Acids Research, Nov. 2019, gkz1000,

To cite a specific peptide using its DOI:

Example: Orfamide A, 2015, Norine database, DOI: 10.26097/nor01255

Other publications

Norine, the knowledgebase dedicated to non-ribosomal peptides, is now open to crowdsourcing. Areski Flissi, Yoann Dufresne, Juraj Michalik, Laurie Tonon, Stéphane Janot, Laurent Noé;, Philippe Jacques, Valérie Leclère and Maude Pupin
Nucl Acids Res 2016, Nov. 2015, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkv1143

NORINE: a database of nonribosomal peptides
Segolene Caboche; Maude Pupin; Valerie Leclere; Arnaud Fontaine; Philippe Jacques; Gregory Kucherov
Nucleic Acids Research 2008; 36:D326-D331, January 11, 2008, doi: 10.1093/nar/gkm792


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