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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.
Danish Centre for Human Genome Research
[The Danish Biotechnology Programme, the Danich Cancer Society and The Danish Centre for Molecular Ge] Developer of the 2-D PAGE databases for functional genome analysis in health and disease emphasizing global cell regulation, skin biology and bladder cancer. The databases contain data on proteins identified in various reference maps. Users can display protein names and information on specific protein spots. Also has 2-D gel image gallery.
DOE’s Joint Genome Institute
[U.S. DOE and University of California] The JGI is one of the centers involved in the international effort to fully sequence the human genome. It is sequencing chromosomes 5, 16 and 19. JGI is also involved in other projects such as microbial, comparative, computational, and functional genomics.
[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.
HGMD: Human Gene Mutation Database
[Institute of Medical Genetics in Cardiff] Represents an attempt to collate known (published) gene lesions responsible for human inherited disease comprised of various types of mutation within the coding regions of human nuclear genes.
HTDB: Human Transcript Database
[Human Genome Sequencing Center, Baylor College of Medicine] A curated source for information related to RNA molecules that have been sequenced. The goal of HTD is to provide a clone-based platform that represents as many of the human transcripts that have been sequenced as possible.
Human Genome News
[U.S. DOE Human Genome Program] All 45 published issues of this newsletter containing information from the Human Genome Project.
Human Genome Project Information
[U.S. DOE] Explore this site for information about the U.S. and worldwide Human Genome Project.
Human Genome Research
[U.S. Department of Energy] The DOE web site for the Human Genome Project. It contains information on the HGP, funded projects, publications, molecular genetics primers, and links to other resources.
Human Genome Sequencing Center
[Baylor College of Medicine] One of the six major sequencing centers in the U.S. involved in the Human Genome Project. The center is also involved in sequencing other organisms and maintains the BCM Search Launcher.
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Human Genome Sequencing Department
[U.S. Department of Energy] This department is now part of the joint genome institute which involves the genome centers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Los Alamos National Laboratory. This department uses directed sequencing strategies pioneered at LBNL in order to conduct genomic sequences.
[Incyte Gemomics] LifeSeq provides fee access to Incyte’s human gene sequence databases, complete with integrated bioinformatics tools.
National Human Genome Research Institute
[NIH] The NHGRI is the NIH’s center that heads all federally funded human genome research centers.
[Human Genome Project Information] Information about current events/status of the Human Genome Project.
OMIM: Online Mendelian Inheritance in Man
[National Center for Biotechnology Information] A catalog of human genes and genetic disorders.
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.
Stanford Human Genome Center
[Stanford Univ.] Site of the center at Stanford where the sequencing and mapping of human chromosomes 5, 16, and 19 are being done.
STS-Based Map of the Human Genome
[Whitehead Institute/MIT Center for Genome Research] This site contains YAC-contig maps anchored to genetic, radiation hybrid, and integrated maps; and lists of all STSs assigned to chromosome and radiation hybrid maps.
The genetic maps displayed at this site now reflect the final Genethon genetic linkage map of the genome published in Nature.
UDB: The Unified Database for Human Genome Mapping
[WISGB] The UDB presents an integrated map for each human chromosome, based on
data integrated from various radiation hybrid, linkage and physical mapping resources. The
integrated map currently includes genes, STSs, and EST clusters.
UK Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Center
[HGMP] “The UK Human Genome Mapping Project Resource Centre (HGMP-RC) provides access to leading-edge tools for research in the fields of genomics, genetics, and functional genomics.”
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