|National Center for Biomedical Information
||Links to Medline, Endtrez, BLAST and much more.
||PubMed provides a keyword search engine for the biomedical literature. Abstracts are
|Active Search and Display of Protein Database Structures
||The first link takes you to the Protein Database search engine and the second is an
NIH tool to help you decipher the PDB.
|Directory of Network Services from EMBL
||The european Molecular Biology Lab (EMBL) has its home offices in Heidelberg, Germany.
Here is the link to its computational services.
|Biochemical Compounds Declarative Database
||Klotho is oart of our attempt to model biological processes, beginning with biochemistry.
|ExPASy Molecular Biology Server
||This is the ExPASy molecular biology WWW server of the Swiss Institute of Bioinformatics
(SIB). This server is dedicated to the analysis of protein sequences and structures
as well as 2-D PAGE.
|Principles of Protein Structure
||Internet Course on protein structure offered by Birkbeck College, U. London. You can
follow this on-line course in protein structure for free but it costs real $$ (actually
££ ) to receive credit.
|Regional Laser and Biotechnology Laboratory
||NIH supported Research Resource at U. Penn., interests are Dynamics of photoactivatable
Proteins, Protein Folding and Conformational Dynamics, Nanoscale Structures, Fluorescence
Monitoring of Biological Dynamics.
|SCOP: Structural Classification of Proteins
||Provides a broad survey of all known protein folds, detailed information about the
close relatives of any particular protein, and a framework for future research and
|Antibody Resource Page
||An excellent resource for information about antibodies, links to sources, journals,
online courses, etc.
|American Type Culture Collection
||Provides biological products, technical services, and educational programs to private
industry, government, and academic organizations around the world.
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