Bioinformatics & Genomics
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Compounds & Enzymes
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Molecular Modeling & Visualization
Motif, Domain, Profile, Pattern, & Repeat Searches
Multiple Alignment & Phylogeny
Protein & Nucleic Acid Search Servers
Protein Analysis from Sequence
Sites with Multiple or Integrated Tools
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Bio Online: Life on the ‘Net
BIO ONLINE provides information resources from biotechnology companies, biotechnology centers,
universities and other research and academic institutions, industry suppliers, government agencies, and non-profit special interest groups to the biotechnology community.
CUTG: Codon Usage Tabulated from GenBank
[National Institute of Genetics] Codon usage in individual genes has been calculated using the nucleotide sequence data obtained from the GenBank Genetic Sequence Database. The compilation of codon usage is synchronized with each major release of GenBank.
[Univ. of Tours] A program to generate peptide fragments by the enzymatic or chemical cleavage of a protein sequence entered by the user, and computes the theoretical masses to the generated peptides.
Electron Density Server
[Uppsala University] Electron density calculations are based on the Protein Data Bank entries and deposited structure factors. The electron density maps derived from the structure factors and coordinates are
generated using the programs CNS or CCP4.
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.
[ExPASy] Cleaves one or more protein sequences from the SWISS-PROT and TrEMBL databases, or a user-entered protein sequence with a chosen enzyme, and computes the masses of the generated peptides. The tool also returns theoretical isoelectric point and mass values for the proteins.
RandSeq – Random protein sequence generator
[ExPASy] Generates a random protein sequence.
[EMBL] A tool for calculating of probable DNA level point mutations underlying known amino acid substitutions.
RNA Editing Web Site
[Univ. of California at Los Angeles] A site for the dissemination of information on all the various types of RNA editing.
The Science Advisory Board
[BioInformatics, LLC.] The Science Advisory Board is a worldwide panel of more than 6,000 life science and medical professionals that convenes electronically to voice their opinions on a wide range of topics in emerging biomedical technologies.
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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.
[ExPASy] A tool which allows the translation of a nucleotide (DNA/RNA) sequence to a protein sequence.
[EMBL] A protein generator allowing a DNA sequence to be entered or selected from an account, and is then translated to the amino acids.
The Tree of Life
[U. of Arizona] The Tree of Life is a project designed to contain information about the phylogenetic relationships and characteristics of organisms, to illustrate the diversity and unity of living organisms, and to link biological information available on the Internet in the form of a phylogenetic navigator.