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Google Groups Usenet news searching with Google Groups provides access to what is perhaps the world's largest archive of Usenet News. Various options permit tailoring your search. You may, for example, create a query filter, limiting your search by author, date, or newsgroup.
Entrez Provided by the National Center for Biotechnology Information, Entrez provides easy search tools for Genbank, nucleic acid and protein sequence information, the Brookhaven Protein Data BASE (NMR and X-ray structure results in PDB format) and other useful tools for chemists, biochemists and biotechnologists.
Delphion Has a patent search engine, only US granted patents are free to search and download.
The PDB The PDB, or Protein Database is the largest collection of protein coordinates derived from X-ray diffraction and NMR studies in the world. The files are suitable for direct import into many standard molecular modeling programs.
STN Easy STN provides a searchable webpage link to the Chemical Abstracts. You must have an account to use this page.
US Patent Office Patents may be searched via Patent number or using keywords and boolean operators. Abstracts may be viewed online, full patents available by FAX. And onlne PDF form is available for requests.
Webcrawler Searchable by document title or content. It is part of the University of Washington's WebCrawler project, managed by Brian Pinkerton.
YAHOO Usenet news searching with YAHOO provides various option for tailoring your search.
Google Currently what SUNY-ESF uses for searching the various pages within its domain. A very useful search engine.