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Cite this (Baylor College of Medicine, Human Genome Sequencing Center: Sea Urchin Genome Project, RRID:SCR_001735)

URL: https://www.hgsc.bcm.edu/content/sea-urchin-genome-project

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

This website provides information of the genome of the California Purple Sea Urchin, one species (Strongylocentrotus purpuratus) of which has been sequenced and annotated by the Sea Urchin Genome Sequencing Consortium led by the HGSC. More specifically, this resource reports the sequence and analysis of the 814-megabase genome of the sea urchin Strongylocentrotus purpuratus, a model for developmental and systems biology. Currently, the echinoderms Strongylocentrotus franciscanus and Allocentrotus fragilis (fragile urchin) are being sequenced for comparative analysis. The sequencing strategy combined whole-genome shotgun and bacterial artificial chromosome (BAC) sequences. This use of BAC clones, aided by a pooling strategy, overcame difficulties associated with high heterozygosity of the genome. The genome encodes about 23,300 genes, including many previously thought to be vertebrate innovations or known only outside the deuterostomes. This echinoderm genome provides an evolutionary outgroup for the chordates and yields insights into the evolution of deuterostomes. The data can be accessed in the following ways: - Genome Assembly The genome assembly, Spur_2.1 is available for download as linearized scaffolds and as individual contigs files. The scaffolds are not placed on chromosomes. The assembly is described in more detail in the README file. - Genome Browser The genome assembly, Spur 2.1 and annotated features including gene predictions and curated gene models are available for browsing and download via the Genboree Sea Urchin site by using the link in the sidebar. The annotation database can also be queried directly. - BLAST Searches A BLAST search of the Sea Urchin preliminary assembly is now available by using the link in the sidebar. Contig sequences are now available from the BLAST output and the FTP site, as of November 23, 2004. Traces are available from the NCBI Trace Archive by using the link in the sidebar or by using NCBI MegaBLAST with a same species or cross species query. - BAC-based Data Resources Individual BAC assemblies are available in GenBank as enriched BAC assemblies. Sponsors: This project is funded by the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), National Institutes of Health. The white paper describing this project was developed by Eric Davidson and Andrew Cameron at California Institute of Technology in collaboration with the sea urchin genome advisory group and the HGSC.

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Cite this (BioAfrica HIV Informatics in Africa, RRID:SCR_002295)

URL: http://bioafrica.mrc.ac.za/index.html

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

The BioAfrica HIV-1 Proteomics Resource is a website that contains detailed information about the HIV-1 proteome and protease cleavage sites, as well as data-mining tools that can be used to manipulate and query protein sequence data, a BLAST tool for initiating structural analyses of HIV-1 proteins, and a proteomics tools directory. HIV Proteomics Resource contains information about each HIV-1 gene product in regard to expression, post-transcriptional / post-translational modifications, localization, functional activities, and potential interactions with viral and host macromolecules. The Proteome section contains extensive data on each of 19 HIV-1 proteins, including their functional properties, a sample analysis of HIV-1HXB2, structural models and links to other online resources. The HIV-1 Protease Cleavage Sites section provides information on the position, subtype variation and genetic evolution of Gag, Gag-Pol and Nef cleavage sites.

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Cite this (BioInfoBank Meta Server, RRID:SCR_007181)

URL: http://bioinfo.pl/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

This service offers a gateway to well-benchmarked protein structure and function prediction methods. Structural models collected from the prediction servers are assessed using the powerful 3D-jury consensus approach. The Structure Prediction Meta Server provides access to various fold recognition, function prediction and local structure prediction methods. The Server takes the amino acid sequence of the query protein, the reference name for the prediction job, and the E-mail address as input. The E-mail address is used only for notification about errors during the execution of the job. The query sequence and the reference name are placed in the process queue. The Meta Server accepts only sequences, which have not been submitted before. In case of duplicate sequences the second user will be notified with a link to the previous submission. Sequences longer than 800 amino acids are not accepted by some services. The internal SQL database offers the possibility to find any previous jobs processed by the Meta Server using regular expressions addressing field like E-mail, Job Name and the host name, from which the job was initiated. Each server has its own process queuing system managed by the Meta Server. All results of fold recognition servers are translated into uniform formats. The information extracted from the raw output of the servers includes the PDB codes of the hits, the alignments and the similarity (reliability) scores specific for every server. Mapping of the hits to the SCOP and FSSP classifications are made either using known PDB representatives or alignment of the template sequence with the databases of proteins in both classifications. The secondary structure assignments for all hits are taken from the mapped FSSP (red for helices and blue for strands). Underscored amino acids indicate the first residue after an insertion in the template sequence. The Meta server provides translation of the alignments in standard formats like FASTA, PDB or CASP. The Meta Server is coupled to consensus servers. They provide jury predictions based on the results collected from other services. Not all fold recognition servers are used by the jury system. The data stored on the meta server is available through http://meta.bioinfo.pl/data/JOBID/. Jobs older than 2 months are not shown. The Meta Server is only a set of programs aimed to process and manage biological data, while the predictive power of the service comes from (mostly) remote prediction providers. Sponsors: This resource is supported by The BioInfoBank Institute.

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Cite this (Computational Biology Center, RRID:SCR_002877)

URL: http://cbio.mskcc.org/

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, training resource, portal, data or information resource

Computational biology research at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center (MSKCC) pursues computational biology research projects and the development of bioinformatics resources in the areas of: sequence-structure analysis; gene regulation; molecular pathways and networks, and diagnostic and prognostic indicators. The mission of cBio is to move the theoretical methods and genome-scale data resources of computational biology into everyday laboratory practice and use, and is reflected in the organization of cBio into research and service components ~ the intention being that new computational methods created through the process of scientific inquiry should be generalized and supported as open-source and shared community resources. Faculty from cBio participate in graduate training provided through the following graduate programs: * Gerstner Sloan-Kettering Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences * Graduate Training Program in Computational Biology and Medicine Integral to much of the research and service work performed by cBio is the creation and use of software tools and data resources. The tools that we have created and utilize provide evidence of our involvement in the following areas: * Cancer Genomics * Data Repositories * iPhone & iPod Touch * microRNAs * Pathways * Protein Function * Text Analysis * Transcription Profiling

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Cite this (Descriptions of Plant Viruses, RRID:SCR_006656)

URL: http://www.dpvweb.net/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, data or information resource, portal, database

DPVweb provides a central source of information about viruses, viroids and satellites of plants, fungi and protozoa. Comprehensive taxonomic information, including brief descriptions of each family and genus, and classified lists of virus sequences are provided. The database also holds detailed, curated, information for all sequences of viruses, viroids and satellites of plants, fungi and protozoa that are complete or that contain at least one complete gene. For comparative purposes, it also contains a single representative sequence of all other fully sequenced virus species with an RNA or single-stranded DNA genome. The start and end positions of each feature (gene, non-translated region and the like) have been recorded and checked for accuracy. As far as possible, nomenclature for genes and proteins are standardized within genera and families. Sequences of features (either as DNA or amino acid sequences) can be directly downloaded from the website in FASTA format. The sequence information can also be accessed via client software for PC computers (freely downloadable from the website) that enable users to make an easy selection of sequences and features of a chosen virus for further analyses. The public sequence databases contain vast amounts of data on virus genomes but accessing and comparing the data, except for relatively small sets of related viruses can be very time consuming. The procedure is made difficult because some of the sequences on these databases are incorrectly named, poorly annotated or redundant. The NCBI Reference Sequence project (1) provides a comprehensive, integrated, non-redundant set of sequences, including genomic DNA, transcript (RNA) and protein products, for major research organisms. This now includes curated information for a single sequence of each fully sequenced virus species. While this is a welcome development, it can only deal with complete sequences. An important feature of DPV is the opportunity to access genes (and other features) of multiple sequences quickly and accurately. Thus, for example, it is easy to obtain the nucleotide or amino acid sequences of all the available accessions of the coat protein gene of a given virus species or for a group of viruses. To increase its usefulness further, DPVweb also contains a single representative sequence of all other fully sequenced virus species with an RNA or single-stranded DNA (ssDNA) genome. Sponsors: This site is supported by the Association of Applied Biologists and the Zhejiang Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Hangzhou, People''s Republic of China.

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Cite this (DTU Center for Biological Sequence Analysis, RRID:SCR_003590)

URL: http://www.cbs.dtu.dk/index.shtml

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, data access protocol, production service resource, analysis service resource, training resource, data analysis service, data set, web service, service resource, portal, software resource, data or information resource

The Center for Biological Sequence Analysis of the Technical University of Denmark conducts basic research in the field of bioinformatics and systems biology and directs its research primarily towards topics related to the elucidation of the functional aspects of complex biological mechanisms. A large number of computational methods have been produced, which are offered to others via WWW servers. Several data sets are also available. The center also has experimental efforts in gene expression analysis using DNA chips and data generation in relation to the physical and structural properties of DNA. The on-line prediction services at CBS are available as interactive input forms. Most of the servers are also available as stand-alone software packages with the same functionality. In addition, for some servers, programmatic access is provided in the form of SOAP-based Web Services. The center also educates engineering students in biotechnology and systems biology and offers a wide range of courses in bioinformatics, systems biology, human health, microbiology and nutrigenomics.

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Cite this (E. coli Genome project, RRID:SCR_008139)

URL: http://www.genome.wisc.edu/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, data or information resource, portal, database

The E. coli Genome Project has the goal of completely sequencing the E. coli and human genomes. They began isolation of an overlapping lambda clonebank of E. coli K-12 strain MG1655. Those clones served as the starting material in our initial efforts to sequence the whole genome. Improvements in sequencing technology have since reached the point where whole-genome sequencing of microbial genomes is routine, and the human genome has in fact been completed. They initiated additional sequencing efforts, concentrating on pathogenic members of the family Enterobacteriaceae -- to which E. coli belongs. They also began a systematic functional characterization of E. coli K-12 genes and their regulation, using the whole genome sequence to address how the over 4000 genes of this organism act together to enable its survival in a wide range of environments.

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    FlyBase

Cite this (FlyBase, RRID:SCR_006549)

URL: http://flybase.org/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, organism-related portal, analysis service resource, database, data analysis service, service resource, portal, production service resource, storage service resource, data repository, data or information resource

Database of Drosophila genetic and genomic information with information about stock collections and fly genetic tools. Gene Ontology (GO) terms are used to describe three attributes of wild-type gene products: their molecular function, the biological processes in which they play a role, and their subcellular location. Additionally, FlyBase accepts data submissions. FlyBase can be searched for genes, alleles, aberrations and other genetic objects, phenotypes, sequences, stocks, images and movies, controlled terms, and Drosophila researchers using the tools available from the "Tools" drop-down menu in the Navigation bar.

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Cite this (Gene Index Project, RRID:SCR_002148)

URL: http://compbio.dfci.harvard.edu/tgi/

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, topical portal, database, portal, data or information resource

NO LONGER IN SERVICE. Documented on August 19,2019.The goal of The Gene Index Project is to use the available Expressed Sequence Transcript (EST) and gene sequences, along with the reference genomes wherever available, to provide an inventory of likely genes and their variants and to annotate these with information regarding the functional roles played by these genes and their products. The promise of genome projects has been a complete catalog of genes in a wide range of organisms. While genome projects have been successful in providing reference genome sequences, the problem of finding genes and their variants in genomic sequence remains an ongoing challenge. TGI has created an inventory that contains genes and their variants together with description. In addition, this resource is attempting to use these catalogs to find links between genes and pathways in different species and to provide lists of features within completed genomes that can aid in the understanding of how gene expression is regulated. DATABASES *Eukaryotic Gene Orthologues (formerly known as TOGA - TIGR Orthologous Gene Alignment): Eukaryotic Gene Orthologues (EGO) at DFGI are generated by pair-wise comparison between the Tentative Consensus (TC) sequences that comprise the Dana Farber Gene Indices from individual organisms. The reciprocal pairs of the best match were clustered into individual groups and multiple sequence alignments were displayed for each group. *GeneChip Oncology Database (GCOD):Cancer gene expression database is a collection of publicly available microarray expression data on Affymetrix GeneChip Arrays related to human cancers. Currently only datasets with available raw data (Affymetrix .CEL files) are processed. All processed datasets were subjected to extensive manual curation, uniform processing and consistent quality control. You can browse the experiments in our collection, perform statistical analysis, and download processed data; or to search gene expression profiles using Entrez gene symbol, Unigene ID, or Affymetrix probeset ID. *Gene Indices: As of July 1, 2008, there are 111 publicly available gene indices. They are separated into 4 categories for better organization and easier access. Animal: 41, Plant: 45, Protist: 15, Fungal: 10 *Genomic Maps: Human, mouse, rat, chicken, drosophila melanogaster, zebrafish, mosquito, caenorhabditis elegans, Arabidopsis thaliana, rice, yeast, fission yeast Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (DFCI) Gene Indices Software Tools: *TGI Clustering tools (TGICL): a software system for fast clustering of large EST datasets. *GICL: this package contains the scripts and all the necessary pre-compiled binaries for 32bit Linux systems. *clview: an assembly file viewer. *SeqClean:a script for automated trimming and validation of ESTs or other DNA sequences by screening for various contaminants, low quality and low-complexity sequences. *cdbfasta/cdbyank: fast indexing/retrieval of fasta records from flat file databases. *DAS/XML Genomic Viewer The Genomic viewer borrows modules from http://www.biodas.org (lstein (at) cshl.org) & http://webreference.com.

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Cite this (Gene Regulation Databases, RRID:SCR_008033)

URL: http://www.gene-regulation.com/pub/databases.html

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, database, portal, data or information resource

In an effort to strongly support the collaborative nature of scientific research, BIOBASE offers academic and non-profit organizations free access to reduced functionality versions of their products. TRANSFAC Professional provides gene regulation analysis solutions, offering the most comprehensive collection of eukaryotic gene regulation data. The professional paid subscription gives customers access to up-to-date data and tools not available in the free version. The public databases currently available for academic and non-profit organizations are: * TRANSFAC: contains data on transcription factors, their experimentally-proven binding sites, and regulated genes. Its broad compilation of binding sites allows the derivation of positional weight matrices. * TRANSPATH: provides data about molecules participating in signal transduction pathways and the reactions they are involved in, resulting in a complex network of interconnected signaling components.TRANSPATH focuses on signaling cascades that change the activities of transcription factors and thus alter the gene expression profile of a given cell. * PathoDB: is a database on pathologically relevant mutated forms of transcription factors and their binding sites. It comprises numerous cases of defective transcription factors or mutated transcription factor binding sites, which are known to cause pathological defects. * S/MARt DB: presents data on scaffold or matrix attached regions (S/MARs) of eukaryotic genomes, as well as about the proteins that bind to them. S/MARs organize the chromatin in the form of functionally independent loop domains gained increasing support. Scaffold or Matrix Attached Regions (S/MARs) are genomic DNA sequences through which the chromatin is tightly attached to the proteinaceous scaffold of the nucleus. * TRANSCompel: is a database on composite regulatory elements affecting gene transcription in eukaryotes. Composite regulatory elements consist of two closely situated binding sites for distinct transcription factors, and provide cross-coupling of different signaling pathways. * PathoSign Public: is a database which collects information about defective cell signaling molecules causing human diseases. While constituting a useful data repository in itself, PathoSign is also aimed at being a foundational part of a platform for modeling human disease processes.

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Cite this (Generic Model Organism Database Project, RRID:SCR_001731)

URL: http://gmod.org/wiki/Main_Page

Resource Type: Resource, software resource, topical portal, data or information resource, portal, database

A collection of open source software tools for creating and managing genome-scale biological databases. GMOD is made up databases, applications, and adaptor software that connects these components together. You can use it to create a small laboratory database of genome annotations, or a large web-accessible community database. At first GMOD just featured model organisms but now any organism with any kind of sequence associated with it is a good candidate as a subject for a GMOD database. There are GMOD databases with just protein sequence in them, with EST sequence only, those that are concerned primarily with gene expression, and even those dedicated to collections of RNA sequence. They have also heard of GMOD databases for oligonucleotides and plasmids.

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Cite this (Genomatix Software: Understanding Gene Regulation, RRID:SCR_008036)

URL: http://www.genomatix.de/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, data analysis software, data processing software, database, software application, narrative resource, short course material, portal, software resource, training material, data or information resource

Genomatix is a privately held company that offers software, databases, and services aimed at understanding gene regulation at the molecular level representing a central part of systems biology. Its multilayer integrative approach is a working implementation of systems biology principles. Genomatix combines sequence analysis, functional promoter analysis, proprietary genome annotation, promoter sequence databases, comparative genomics, scientific literature data mining, pathway databases, biological network databases, pathway analysis, network analysis, and expression profiling into working solutions and pipelines. It also enables better understanding of biological mechanisms under different conditions and stimuli in the biological context of your data. Some of Genomatix'' most valuable assets are the strong scientific background and the years of experience in research & discovery as well as in development & application of scientific software. Their firsthand knowledge of all the complexities involved in the in-silico analysis of biological data makes them a first-rate partner for all scientific projects involving the evaluation of gene regulatory mechanisms. The Genomatix team has more than a decade of scientific expertise in the successful application of computer aided analysis of gene regulatory networks, which is reflected by more than 150 peer reviewed scientific publications from Genomatix'' scientists More than 35,000 researchers in industry and academia around the world use this technology. The software available in Genomatix are: - GenomatixSuite: GenomatixSuite is our comprehensive software bundle including ElDorado, Gene2Promoter, GEMS Launcher, MatInspector and MatBase. GenomatixSuite PE also includes BiblioSphere Pathway Edition. Chromatin IP Software - RegionMiner: Fast, extensive analysis of genomic regions. - ChipInspector: Discover the real power of your microarray data. Genome Annotation Software - ElDorado: Extended Genome Annotation. - Gene2Promoter: Retrieve & analyze promoters - GPD: The Genomatix Promoter Database, which is now included with Gene2Promoter. Knowledge Mining Software - BiblioSpere : The next level of pathway/genomics analysis. - LitInspector: Literature and pathway analysis for free. Sequence Analysis Software - GEMS Launcher: Our integrated collection of sequence analysis tools. - MalInspector: Search transcription factor binding sites - MatBase: The transcription factor knowledge base. Other (no registration required) Software - DiAlign: Multiple alignment of DNA/protein sequence. - Genomatix tools: Various small tools for sequence statistics, extraction, formatting, etc.

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Cite this (GoatMap Database, RRID:SCR_008144)

URL: http://locus.jouy.inra.fr/cgi-bin/lgbc/mapping/common/intro2.pl?BASE=goat

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, database, service resource, portal, storage service resource, data repository, data or information resource

THIS RESOURCE IS NO LONGER IN SERVICE, documented on July 16, 2013. This website contains information about the mapping of the caprine genome. It contains loci list, phenes list, cartography, gene list, and other sequence information about goats. This website contains 731 loci, 271 genes, and 1909 homologue loci on 112 species. It also allows users to summit their own data for Goatmap. ARK-Genomics is not-for-profit and has collaborators from all over the world with an interest in farm animal genomics and genetics. ARK-Genomics was initially set up in 2000 with a grant awarded from the BBSRC IGF (Investigating Gene Function) initiative and from core resources of the Roslin Institute to provide a laboratory for automated analysis of gene expression using state-of-the-art genomic facilities. Since then, ARK-Genomics has expanded considerably, building up considerable expertise and resources.

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Cite this (HCV Databases, RRID:SCR_002863)

URL: http://hcv.lanl.gov/

Resource Type: Resource, disease-related portal, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

The Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) Database Project strives to present HCV-associated genetic and immunologic data in a user-friendly way, by providing access to the central database via web-accessible search interfaces and supplying a number of analysis tools.

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Cite this (Human Gut Microbiome Initiative, RRID:SCR_008137)

URL: http://genome.wustl.edu/projects/detail/human-gut-microbiome/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, data or information resource, portal, database

Human Gut Microbiome Initiative (HGMI) seeks to provide simply annotated, deep draft genome sequences for 100 cultured representatives of the phylogenetic diversity documented by 16S rRNA surveys of the human gut microbiota. Humans are supra-organisms, composed of 10 times more microbial cells than human cells. Therefore, it seems appropriate to consider ourselves as a composite of many species - human, bacterial, and archaeal - and our genome as an amalgamation of human genes and the genes in ''our'' microbial genomes (''microbiome''). In the same sense, our metabolome can be considered to be a synthesis of co-evolved human and microbial traits. The total number of genes present in the human microbiome likely exceeds the number of our H. sapiens genes by orders of magnitude. Thus, without an understanding of our microbiota and microbiome, it not possible to obtain a complete picture of our genetic diversity and of our normal physiology. Our intestine is home to our largest collections of microbes: bacterial densities in the colon (up to 1 trillion cells/ml of luminal contents) are the highest recorded for any known ecosystem. The vast majority of phylogenetic types in the distal gut microbiota belong to just two divisions (phyla) of the domain Bacteria - the Bacteroidetes and the Firmicutes. Members of eight other divisions have also been identified using culture-independent 16S rRNA gene-based surveys. Metagenomic studies of complex microbial communities residing in our various body habitats are limited by the availability of suitable reference genomes for confident assignment of short sequence reads generated by highly parallel DNA sequencers, and by knowledge of the professions (niches) of community members. Therefore, HGMI, which represents a collaboration between Washington University''s Genome Center and its Center for Genome Sciences, seeks to provide simply annotated, deep draft genome sequences for 100 cultured representatives of the phylogenetic diversity documented by 16S rRNA surveys of the human gut microbiota.

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Cite this (IMGT - the international ImMunoGeneTics information system, RRID:SCR_012780)

URL: http://www.imgt.org/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, database, analysis service resource, production service resource, data analysis service, service resource, portal, data or information resource

A high-quality integrated knowledge resource specialized in the immunoglobulins (IG) or antibodies, T cell receptors (TR), major histocompatibility complex (MHC) of human and other vertebrate species, and in the immunoglobulin superfamily (IgSF), MHC superfamily (MhcSF) and related proteins of the immune system (RPI) of vertebrates and invertebrates, serving as the global reference in immunogenetics and immunoinformatics. IMGT provides a common access to sequence, genome and structure Immunogenetics data, based on the concepts of IMGT-ONTOLOGY and on the IMGT Scientific chart rules. IMGT works in close collaboration with EBI (Europe), DDBJ (Japan) and NCBI (USA). IMGT consists of sequence databases, genome database, structure database, and monoclonal antibodies database, Web resources and interactive tools.

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    KEGG

Cite this (KEGG, RRID:SCR_012773)

URL: http://www.kegg.jp/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, data access protocol, database, web service, production service resource, data analysis service, analysis service resource, service resource, portal, software resource, data or information resource

An integrated database resource consisting of 16 main databases, broadly categorized into systems information, genomic information, and chemical information. In particular, gene catalogs in the completely sequenced genomes are linked to higher-level systemic functions of the cell, the organism, and the ecosystem. Analysis tools are also available. KEGG may be used as a reference knowledge base for biological interpretation of large-scale datasets generated by sequencing and other high-throughput experimental technologies.

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    MaizeGDB

Cite this (MaizeGDB, RRID:SCR_006600)

URL: http://www.maizegdb.org

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, database, analysis service resource, organism-related portal, data analysis service, service resource, portal, production service resource, storage service resource, data repository, data or information resource

Collection of data related to crop plant and model organism Zea mays. Used to synthesize, display, and provide access to maize genomics and genetics data, prioritizing mutant and phenotype data and tools, structural and genetic map sets, and gene models and to provide support services to the community of maize researchers. Data stored at MaizeGDB was inherited from the MaizeDB and ZmDB projects. Sequence data are from GenBank. Data are searchable by phenotype, traits, Pests, Gel Pattern, and Mutant Images.

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    MODELLER

Cite this (MODELLER, RRID:SCR_008395)

URL: http://salilab.org/modeller/modeller.html

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, software application, portal, software resource, simulation software, data or information resource

Software tool as Program for Comparative Protein Structure Modelling by Satisfaction of Spatial Restraints. Used for homology or comparative modeling of protein three dimensional structures. User provides alignment of sequence to be modeled with known related structures and MODELLER automatically calculates model containing all non hydrogen atoms.

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Cite this (Online Encyclopedia for Genetic Epidemiology studies, RRID:SCR_001825)

URL: http://www.oege.org/

Resource Type: Resource, topical portal, portal, data or information resource

Portal for researchers to locate information relevant to interpretation and follow-up of human genetic epidemiological discoveries, including: a range of population and case and family genetic epidemiological studies, relevant gene and sequence databases, genetic variation databases, trait measurement, resource labs, journals, software, general information, disease genes and genetic diversity.

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