resources of NCBI Major databases include PubMed, nucleotide
and protein sequences, protein structures, complete genomes and taxonomy.
ExPASy Molecular Biology Server -
proteomics server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
Databases include Swiss-Prot and TrEMBL,
PROSITE, SWISS-2DPAGE and SWISS-3DIMAGE.
Resources of the Sanger Institute Database resources include (1) Pfam, a
protein families database, (2) Rfam, an RNA families database of alignments,
(3) Wormbase, a C. elegans genome
database browser, and (4) SRS, a sequence retrieval system.
Ensembl Genome Browser - Sanger
BLAST server and sequence retrieval for
several species, including human, chimp, mouse, rat, zebrafish, fugu,
mosquito, fruitfly, C. elegans and C.
SwissProt - Swiss
Institute of Bioinformatics
A curated protein sequence database, which
strives to provide a high level of annotation, a minimal level of redundancy and high level of integration with other database.
iProClass Georgetown University Protein Information Resources
Databases and Related Sites - complied by the Human Genome Variation
Society Includes locus specific mutation databases,
disease centered mutation databases, and central mutation & snp databases
Links to cellular
component including extracellular, cell projection, cell surface,
cytoplasm and nucleus
Expression Data - The Jackson Laboratory Search by gene symbol, gene ontology
classification, chromosomal location, developmental stage and anatomical structure ES cell lines for the purpose of producing knockout mouse
intestinalis - The
Ciona intestinalis genome is the smallest of any experimentally manipulable chordate. This organism
provides a good system for exploring the evolutionary origins of the chordate lineage, from which all vertebrates evolved.