Genomic Search Servers
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ARS Genome Database Resource
[USDA-ARS Center for Agricultural Bioinformatics, Cornell University ] A site with plant genome databases and information. Included are plant genes, chromosome maps, DNA fingerprints, beneficial traits, and crop varities that possess query traits.
Artemis sequence viewer
[The Sanger Centre, U. K.] The Artemis sequence viewer and annotation tool allows visualization of DNA sequence features and sequence analysis, including six-frame translation. Artemis can read complete EMBL and GENBANK database entries or sequence in FASTA or raw format. Written in Java, Artemis is available for UNIX, Macintosh or MS Windows.
Berkeley Drosophila Genome Project
[Univ. of California, Berkeley] (BDGP) A comprehensive site with information on the fruit fly and its genome-related projects, and links to gene and genome analysis tools.
Berkeley Sequence and Structure Search Site
[University of California, Berkeley] Computational biology site dedicated to aiding biomolecular sequence and structure searching. Along with selected database-searching resources, site offers advice for sequence searching.
[SRI International] The BioCyc Knowledge Library is the new name for EcoCyc and MetaCyc. It is a collection of Pathway/Genome Databases. Each database in the BioCyc collection describes the genome and metabolic pathways of a single organism, with the exception of the MetaCyc database, which is a reference source on metabolic pathways from many organisms.
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.
CGSC: E. coli Genetic Stock Center
[Yale University] A database of genetic information, including genotypes and reference information for the strains in the CGSC collection, gene names, properties, linkage map, gene product information, and information on specific mutations.
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.
DNA vs Protein
[The Sanger Centre] Compares a protein sequence or a protein profile-HMM to genomic DNA. It uses the ‘GeneWise’ class of algorithms to provide a combined homology and gene prediction alignment of the protein to the DNA sequence.
EGAD: Expressed Gene Anatomy Database
[The Institute for Genomic Research] A collection of human transcript sequences from extracting and curating sequences from GenBank, creating a non-redundant set of human transcript (HT) sequences.
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.
[EMBL, EBI, Sanger Institute] (Human Genome Server) Ensembl is a joint project between EMBL – EBI and the Sanger Institute to develop a software system which produces and maintains automatic annotation on eukaryotic genomes.
[National Center for Biotechnology Information] Performs a nucleotide sequence search retrieving molecular biology data and bibliographic citations from the NCBI’s integrated databases.
[Weizmann Institute of Science ] GeneCards is a database of human genes, their products and their involvement in diseases. It offers concise information about the functions of all human genes that have an approved symbol, as well as selected others.
GeneCensus Genome Comparisons
[Yale University] This site provides genome and phylogenetics related information, databases, and services for many classes of organisms, mainly microscopic.
Genome Project (E. coli)
[University of Wisconsin – Madison] Contains the completed sequence of the E. coli K-12 genome and several of the phages. Currently in the process of analyzing the data acquired.
Genome Sequencing Center Jena
[Institute of Molecular Biotechnology] The purpose of the Genome Sequencing Center is to further the knowledge of genomes, particularlythe human genome, through large scale sequencing and geneticanalysis. Data from human, mouse, Dictyostelium (amoeba), and bacterial genomes are available.
[GEN Research Institute & Human Genome Center] A human cDNA database achieved through a large-scale human cDNA analysis project containing sequence information and data concerning chromosomal localizations and expression patterns.
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.
[InfoBiogen] HuGeMap is a database that contains the genetic maps from G?n?thon and Cooperative Human Linkage Center, and the physical maps from CEPH/G?n?thon and the Whitehead Institute-MIT.
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.
Integrated X Chromosome Database
[Max-Planck-Institute for Molecular Genetics] Includes DNA classes, clones, genes, STS, EST, probes, cDNA, chromoband, and collections for X chromosome sequencing.
[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.