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This is a little test to see if tables might be a good way to improve the layout of the main page. Based on text taken from Wikipedia 23 sep 2009.

Welcome to CAZypedia
The Encyclopedia of Carbohydrate-Active Enzymes!
Now containing 273 articles!

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Lexicon · GH Families · Contributors

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CAZypedia has been initiated as a community-driven resource to assemble a comprehensive encyclopedia of the "CAZymes," the carbohydrate-active enzymes and associated carbohydrate-binding modules involved in the synthesis and degradation of complex carbohydrates. CAZypedia is inspired by, and closely connected with, the actively curated CAZy Database. It's probably fair to say that CAZypedians are, like our friends at the CAZy DB, a group of "biocurators."
If you are new to the CAZyme classification, "Sorting the Diverse" by Professors Gideon Davies and Michael Sinnott (The Biochemist, 2008, vol. 30, part 4, pp. 26-32) provides an excellent historical introduction.

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