With the explosion in the amount of DNA and protein sequence available, many organizations offer web-based access to programs which process this information in some way. This category entails the many different services that are open for use by private or public organizations for the purpose of biological computation or services (i.e. informative bioinformatics databases).
Online program that calculates the distribution of offspring genotypes from dominant, codominant and recessive gene crosses, for up to 6 genes.
The focus of the GBF project "Molecular Bioinformatics of Gene Regulation" are regulatory genomic signals and regions that govern transcriptional control based on TRANSFAC - The Transcription Factor Database. It compiles data about gene regulatory DNA sequences and protein factors binding to and acting through them.
Database of genetic and physical interactions. It contains interaction data from many sources, including several genome/proteome-wide studies, the MIPS database, and BIND.
Resource for storing, searching and retrieving published mathematical models of biological interests. Models present in BioModels Database are annotated and linked to relevant data resources, such as publications, databases of compounds and pathways, controlled vocabularies, etc.
Tools and methods for computational biology. Working on secondary protein structure prediction, providing reliable profiles, and developing new ways to study molecular biology through bioinformatics.
A free software tool for analysing the hypothetical secondary structure of a family of homologous RNA.
Offers more than 30 online services for DNA and protein bioinformatics analysis.
User guides and worked examples for software applications in structural and molecular biology - from Yale Univ.
Provides an internet service that calculates the site, geometry and energy of small molecules interacting with proteins.
Web application that searches gene symbols or MeSH terms and displays resulting pairs of genes and MeSH terms that match the search term.
This platform provides over 100 methods for the analysis and visualization of gene expression, copy number, proteomic and other data. It enables biologists to add new analyses and create workflows that can be shared, edited and published.
Online version of the program for populational genetics.
Provides proteomics software tools and databases including SWISS-PROT, PROSITE, SWISS-2DPAGE and Melanie. They also offer a secure version of ExPASy molecular biology web server.
Provides a complete set of bioinformatics tools and public databanks updated daily, and a range of links to seminars, training courses and platform news.
Converts gp files from NCBI GenPept format to fasta. Its main purpose is to create fasta files with short, but still accurate headers for sequence.
Uses the network of genes and proteins as a natural way of accessing the millions of biomedical abstracts in PubMed.
Hosts Irish embnet node, Gives links to Database browsing and interrogation at SRS, European (EBI) servers, Blast server for parasite genomes (EBI), US (NCBI) servers, Protein structure prediction, PredictProtein Server in Heidelberg, Gene identification, splice sites, exons, introns and a list of gene structure prediction programs
A suite of online tools for analysis of DNA/RNA, proteins and arrays.
LGICdb is a curated repository of genes coding for subunits of Ligand-Gated Ion Channels.
MGRC provides contract genomes services, sequencing services, data and access services.
Web application that searches biological substances or MeSH terms and displays resulting pairs of substances and MeSH terms that match the search term.
Framework and web portal specifically designed for the integration of bioinformatics software and databanks. Provides a tutorial and an interactive guided tour.
Information methodologies, tools, and technologies relating to the study of gene expression and signal transduction from the Institute for Transcriptional Informatics.
Performs single-coverage local multiple DNA sequence alignments of finished and draft-quality genome sequences. It also provides with an option to predict transcription factor binding sites evolutionarily conserved across multiple species.
Protein ANnotation Diagram ORiented Analysis service that extracts biological information from user supplied sequences.
An online service for periodically performing predefined searches at NCBI, reporting new results by email or on the web.
Open web platform for modeling and reverse engineering of photosynthetic dynamism.
Scans sequences for potential transcription factor binding sites using JASPAR and TRANSFAC.
Very helpful software for locating and displaying transcription factor binding sites within DNA sequences - from the Univ. of Penn.
An interesting tool to discover and visualize over- or under-represented words in genetic sequences. Requires Java support in browser. Also available as a downloadable program.
A database of sequence comparisons between all publicly available prokaryotic genome sequences, allowing the on-line visualisation of comparisons between up to five genomic sequences, using the Artemis Comparison Tool. User can perform their comparisons on their own data.
Helps users design zinc finger transcription factors.
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