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).- Category ID : 417107
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.