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The CROSS_TEST database accumulates the procedures adapting a sequence-activity relationship from one measurement system to another. The database integrates both ACTIVITY and relevant database entries by cross-testing the KNOWLEDGE-documented computational procedure on independent data.

Each CROSS-TEST entry has 12 fields: **MI**, identifier; **MN**, name; **WW**, Web-resource; **DR**, database;** MD**, adaptation procedure; **AB,** sequence region; **LC**, linear correlation coefficient; **XI**, c ^{2}-coefficient of the site/Random DNA discrimination;** ST**, means, standard deviation, false negatives; **NT**, means, standard deviation, false positives; **AL**, significance a ;** C-,** computational procedure adapting the sequence-activity relationship from one measurement system to another. Each entry gives the statistical reasoning why one system could be adaptive to another (**LC, XI, ST, NT,** and **AL**). Within these statistical limits, one may adapt computational procedures by implementing a C-coded program (**C-**). To provide the query for the measurement system cross-test results, there are two keyword descriptor fields (**AB** and **MD**).