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Please use the table below to find public databases related to genomics, variomics, proteomics, and chem-informatics. Each category has two levels of subcategories. Please select a category that best describes your needs.

Bio DBs Overview
  • Genomics up
    • Genomics Database
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      • Coding and non-coding DNA
      • Fungal genome databases
      • Gene structure, introns and exons, splice sites
      • General genomics databases
      • General polymorphism databases
      • General sequence databases
      • Genome annotation terms, ontologies and nomenclature
      • Invertebrate genome databases
      • Prokaryotic genome databases
      • Taxonomy and identification
      • Unicellular eukaryotes genome databases
      • Viral genome databases
    • Human and other Vertebrate Genomes
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      • Human ORFs
      • Model organisms, comparative genomics
      • General human genetics databases
      • Human genome databases, maps and viewers
    • Human Genes and Diseases
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      • General human genetics databases
      • General polymorphism databases
      • Cancer gene databases
      • Gene-, system- or disease-specific databases
    • Metabolic and Signaling Pathways
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      • Enzymes and enzyme nomenclature
      • Enzymes and enzyme
    • Microarray Data and other Gene Expression Databases
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      • Microarray Data and other Gene Expression Databases
    • Nucleotide sequence Database
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      • Gene structure, introns and exons, splice sites
      • Coding and non-coding DNA
      • Transcriptional regulator sites and transcription factors
      • Nucleotide sequence database
      • CodingDNA
      • Other Molecular Biology Databases
    • Other Molecular Biology Databases
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      • Molecular probes and primers
    • Protein sequence Database
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      • Databases of individual protein families
      • General sequence databases
    • RNA
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      • RNA
    • Structure Database
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      • Small molecules
      • Carbohydrates
      • Nucleic acid structure
    • Organelle Databases
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      • Mitochondrial genes and proteins
    • Plant Databases
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      • General plant databases
      • Arabidopsis thaliana
      • Rice
      • Other Plants
  • Variomics up
    • Genomics Database
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      • Invertebrate genome databases
    • Human and other Vertebrate Genomes
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      • Human genome databases, maps and viewers
    • Human Gene and Diseases
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      • General human genetics databases
      • General polymorphism databases
    • Nucleotide sequence Database
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      • Coding and non-coding DNA
  • Proteomics up
    • Metabolic and Signaling Pathways
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      • Enzymes and enzyme nomenclature
      • Metabolic pathways
      • Protein-protein interactions
      • Signalling pathways
    • Protein sequence Database
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      • Databases of individual protein families
      • Protein domain databases; protein classification
      • Protein localization and targeting
      • Protein sequence motifs and active sites
    • Structure Database
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      • Protein properties
      • Protein structure
    • Proteomice Resources
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      • 2Dgels
    • Immunological Databases
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      • Immunological Databases
    • Cell Biology
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      • Cell Biology
  • Chem-Informatics up
    • Metabolic and Signaling Pathways
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      • Protein-protein interactions
    • Other Molecular Biology Databases
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      • Drugs and drug design
      • Molecular probes and primers
    • Structure Database
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      • Small molecules
Coding and non-coding DNA
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UniVec
UniVec is a database that can be used to quickly identify segments within nucleic acid sequences which may be of vector origin (vector contamination). 936
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VECTORdb
Space for VectorDB was provided by the Saccharomyces Genome Database (SGD) project. VectorDB contains annotations and sequence information for many vectors commonly used in molecular biology. 829
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UTRdb/UTRsite
UTRsite database where more specific information on the functional motifs and cross-links to interacting regulatory protein are provided 773
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HumHot
Hot spot is used to indicate a locus where the recombination frequency observed exceeds the average recombination frequency between markers for the entire genome. 876
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NPRD
Database of Genomic Islands 869
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RRNDB
The rrnDB is a curated database that catalogs the numbers of genes that encode for 16S, 23S and 5S ribosomal RNAs in Bacteria and Archaea. 869
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AREsite
AU-rich elements in vertebrate mRNA UTR sequences 853
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RegTransBase
Database of regulatory interactions based on literature and an expertly curated database of transcription factor binding sites. 844
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NGSmethDB
Single-cytosine-resolution DNA methylation data 844
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GISSD
Group I intron sequence and structure Database (GISSD) is a specialized and comprehensive database for group I introns, focusing on integrating useful group I intron information from all available databases 836
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RECODE
RECODE -The database of the translational recoding events 828
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GyDB
Gypsy database of mobile genetic elements 822
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Synthetic Gene Databas
The Synthetic Gene Database (http://www.evolvingcode.net/codon/sgdb/index.php) is a resource that has collected together sequence information on synthetic genes (i.e. genes that were designed conceptually, rather than built from an initial, physical template). 812
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PolymiRTS
Polymorphism in microRNA Target Site (PolymiRTS) database is a collection of naturally occurring DNA variations in putative microRNA target sites. 772