Bioinformatics & Genomics
Genomic & DNA
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Canadian Bioinformatics Resource
[National Research Council Canada] Canadian Bioinformatics Resource is dedicated to providing the Canadian research community with convenient, effective
access to widely used bioinformatics tools and databases.
dbEST: Expressed Sequence Tags database
[The National Center for Biotechnology Information] dbEST is a division of GenBank that contains sequence data and other information on "single-pass" cDNA sequences, or Expressed Sequence Tags, from a number of organisms.
[National Center for Biotechnology Information] A public database of genome survey sequences including contact information about the contributors, experimental conditions, and genetic map locations.
[National Center for Biotechnology Information] A public database that contains sequence and mapping data on short genomic landmark sequences or sequence tagged sites.
DDBJ: DNA Data Bank of Japan
The international DNA database, which shares data with the NCBI and EBI DNA databases.
EMBL Nucleotide Sequence Database
[European Bioinformatics Institute] A database of DNA and RNA sequences collected from the scientific literature and patent applications and directly submitted from researchers and sequencing groups. Data are shared with the DDBJ and NCBI.
Eukaryotic Promoter Database
[DBGET] Database of eukaryotic promoter sequences.
[Walter Gilbert Laboratory, Harvard] The EID is an exhaustive database of protein-coding intron-containing genes.
[National Center for Biotechnology Information] The major database in the US of DNA sequences compiled by scientists world-wide.
The GeneQuiz system provides highly automated analyses of biological sequences and analyses of complete genomes.
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Genome Sequencing Center Jena
[Institute of Molecular Biotechnology] The purpose of the Genome Sequencing Center is to further the knowledge of genomes, particularly
the human genome, through large scale sequencing and genetic
analysis. Data from human, mouse, Dictyostelium (amoeba), and bacterial genomes are available.
Genome Sequencing Projects
[Argonne National Laboratory and TIGR] Links to many genome sequencing projects and databases, which gives the current status of the different projects.
[CBS] This site provides DNA structural analysis of complete genomes and chromosomes.
GenomeNet WWW server
[Institute for Chemical Research, Kyoto University] A Japanese network of database and computational services for genome research and related research areas in molecular and cellular biology.
Genomes On Line Database
[Integrated Genomics Inc.] (GOLD) GOLD is a World Wide Web resource for comprehensive access to information regarding complete and
ongoing genome projects around the world.
[The Organelle Genome Database] A taxonomically broad organelle genome database that organizes and integrates diverse data related to organelles.
HIV Sequence Database
[Los Alamos National Lab] This database currently contains nucleotide sequences that have appeared in the current and all previous annual editions of Human Retroviruses and AIDS in both GenBank and EMBL formats, as well as protein translations of the coding regions.
HPV Sequence Database
[Los Alamos National Laboratory] The Human Papillomaviruses Database collects, curates, analyzes, and publishes genetic sequences of papillomaviruses and related cellular proteins.
Influenza Sequence Database
[Los Alamos National Laboratory] A curated database of nucleotide and amino acid sequences intended to provide an easy sequence deposit and retrieval capabilities to the analysis of hemagglutinin and neuraminidase sequences.
[EMBL-EBI] Provides a comprehensive and integrated DNA database on mitochondrial genes both from different organisms (humans, animals, plants and microbes) and from intraspecies variants and mutants.
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National Center for Genome Resources
[NCGR] The Center's research programs focus on genomics, biochemical pathways and gene expression. NCGR is the home of the Genome Sequence DataBase (GSDB), a database of publicly available nucleotide sequences and their associated annotation.
[Medical Research Council Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge] The purpose of this server is to provide structural (and hence implied functional) assignments to protein sequences at the Structural Classification of Proteins (SCOP)
superfamily level. SCOP provides a classification of all proteins in the Protein Data Bank (PDB). Whole genome assignment results are also provided.
TIGR Microbial Database
[The Institute for Genomic Research] A listing of microbial genomes that have been published or are in the process of being sequenced.
[GBF] A database program that compiles data about gene regulatory DNA sequences; from this data programs have been developed to identify putative promoter or enhancer structures.