Bioinformatics & Genomics
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Molecular Modeling & Visualization
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Protein Analysis from Sequence
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[Hellenic Association of Dermatology] A compilation of links to databases for biology, genetics, and microbiology.
[Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory] DataFoundry is an ongoing research effort to improve scientists’ interactions with large data sets. Because this is a broad goal, the project focus evolves with the needs of the scientists using DataFoundry.
[Genome Net Japan] DBGET is a simple database retrieval system for finding and obtaining specific entries of diverse databases. LinkDB is a database of links or what we call “binary relations,” where links are in the following categories: factual, similarity, or biological.
EBI ftp Server
The EBI ftp server provides a comprehensive archive of databases and software in the field of
[National Center for Biotechnology Information] Provides a General search for nucleotide sequences, protein sequences, biomolecule 3D structures, genomes, taxonomy or literature.
GeneCensus Genome Comparisons
[Yale University] This site provides genome and phylogenetics related information, databases, and services for many classes of organisms, mainly microscopic.
Genetics and Genomics Associations
[BioMedWorld] Numerous links to associations, organizations, institutes, databases, and information portals in the field of genetics and genomics.
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.
GPCRDB: Information system for G protein-coupled receptors
Contains primary and secondary data as well as useful tools for G protein-coupled receptors.
The Institute for Genome Research
[TIGR] The Institute for Genomic Research is a non-profit research institute with interests in structural, functional, and comparative analyses of genomes and gene products in viruses, eubacteria, pathogenic bacteria, archaea, and both plant and animal eukaryotes, including humans.
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[Munich Information Centre for Protein Sequences] A multi-database information retrieval program specifically designed to access macromolecular sequence databases.
NCBI FTP Site
Provides FTP access to NCBI tools and databases, including BLAST, Cn3D, Sequin, the NCBI Toolbox, BLAST databases, GenBank, and many collections of contributed molecular biology data.
Nucleic Acids Research, Volume 27, Issue 1
This is a special database issue (January 1, 1999) with articles devoted to descibing numerous sequence, genomic, and other biotechnology-related databases.
Oligonucleotide Probe Database
[University of Illinois] (OPD) A hyperlinked database of oligonucleotide sequences and associated experimental information which may be useful to scientists interested in using oligonucleotide probes in their research.
The Sanger Centre
The Sanger Centre is a genome research centre founded to further the knowledge of genomes, particularly through large scale sequencing and analysis.
[ExPASy] Allows the user to browse through a number of databases, such as SWISS-PROT, PROSITE, SWISS-2DPAGE, SWISS-3DIMAGE, ENZYME, CD40Lbase, and SeqAnalRef; as well as other cross-referenced databases (EMBL/GenBank/DDBJ, OMIM, Medline, FlyBase, ProDom, SGD, and SubtiList). It also allows access to many analytical tools for the identification of proteins, the analysis of their sequences, and the prediction of their tertiary structures.
SRS: Sequence Retrieval System
[European Bioinformatics Institute] A network browser for databanks in molecular biology. Searches sequence libraries too numerous to list here.
The TAMBIS Project
[University of Manchester, UK] (under development) TAMBIS aims to aid researchers in biological science by providing a single access point for biological information sources round the world. The access point will be a single interface that acts as a single information source. It will find appropriate sources of information for user queries and phrase the user questions for each source, returning the results in a consistent manner which will include details of the information source.