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Animal

...tion Biota Zoology Zoo Clean animals Unclean animals Animal (Muppet) External links Tree of Life A Multimedia database of Various UK or Endangered Species ...

Bioinformatics

...as Sequence analysis Main articles: Sequence alignment , Sequence database Since the Phage Φ-X174; was sequenced in 1977 , the DNA sequenc...n BioRuby EMBOSS EnsEMBL GMOD : The Generic Model Organism database Project Organizations European Bioinformatics Institute Nat...

BLAST

...teins or the DNA sequences . Given a library or database of sequences, a BLAST search enables a research... the query may be 1 thousand nucleotides while the database is several billion nucleotides. To define what i...eturns the most similar DNA sequences from the DNA database that the user specifies. Protein-protein BLAST...

Database error

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Database error

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Database error

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Bioinformatics

...as Sequence analysis Main articles: Sequence alignment , Sequence database Since the Phage Φ-X174; was sequenced in 1977 , the DNA sequenc...n BioRuby EMBOSS EnsEMBL GMOD : The Generic Model Organism database Project Organizations European Bioinformatics Institute Nat...

Enzyme

...Russian) External links ExPASy enzyme database , links to Swiss-Prot sequence data, entries in ...ommercial users Weizmann Institute's Genecards database , extensive database of protein properties and their associated genes. ...

Ethyl alcohol

...425C (797F) Explosive limits 3.5-15% More information Properties NIST WebBook MSDS Hazardous Chemical database Unless otherwise stated, all data was produced under conditions of standard temperature and pressure . Disclaimer and references ...

Database error

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Fungus

...Project: Fungi The Mycology Net MykoWeb: Mushrooms, Fungi, Mycology North American Mycological Association Pacific Northwest Fungi database ...

Gene

.... All approved symbols are stored in Genew , the Human Gene Nomenclature database . Each symbol is unique and each gene is only given one approved gene symb...UGO Gene Nomenclature Committee, HGNC Genew the Human Gene Nomenclature database Recount slashes number of human genes (from New Scientist magazine) ...

Genetic fingerprinting

... jurisdictions have also begun to assemble databases containing DNA information of convicts. The United Kingdom currently has the most extensive DNA database in the world, with well over 2 million records as of 2005 . The size of this database, and its rate of growth, is giving concern to civil liberties ...

Genome project

... model organism International HapMap Project UniProt External links National Center for Biotechnology Information Genome Project database ...

Genomics

...es and external links PLOS Primer: Comparative Genomics "The Human Genome Issue" Nature , February 15 , 2001 , no. 6822 Genomics Online database - http://wit.integratedgenomics.com/GOLD The Institute for Genomic Research - http://www.tigr.org The Sanger Institute - http://www.sanger....

Database error

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Human Genome Project

... For example, a researcher investigating a certain form of cancer may have narrowed down his search to a particular gene. By visiting the human genome database on the world-wide web, this researcher can examine what other scientists have written about this gene, including (potentially) its three-dimensional s...

Animal

...tion Biota Zoology Zoo Clean animals Unclean animals Animal (Muppet) External links Tree of Life A Multimedia database of Various UK or Endangered Species ...

Neuron

...e Neuroscience Artificial neuron External links NeuroWiki , a wiki website for Neuroscience related topics. Cell Centered database UC San Diego images of neurons. ...

Nutrition

...mmon food items, organized by food group Nutrientfacts.com - Searchable database of nutritional information for common foods Nutrition Dictionary As...et of (orphaned!) slides on nutrition Nutrition Facts based on the USDA database Nutrition advice for sports people from Nicholas Institute for Sports M...

Database error

... A database query syntax error has occurred. This may indicate a bug in the software. The last attempted database query was: (SQL query hidden) from within function " ". MySQL returned...

Phosphorylation

...e (PO 4 ) group to a protein or a small molecule. Its prominent role in biochemistry is the subject of a very large body of research (the Medline database returns over 100,000 articles on the subject, largely on protein phosphorylation). Contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Protein ...

Plant

...of China, Flora of North America and others) United States of America Flora Europaea Australia 'Dave's Garden' horticultural plant database ...

Plant

...of China, Flora of North America and others) United States of America Flora Europaea Australia 'Dave's Garden' horticultural plant database ...

Protein

...commonly deposited in the freely accessible Protein Data Bank. Nearly 25,000 protein structures have been deposited therein, as of June 2004 . This database also contains structures of nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA , as well as a few carbohydrates . Functions Proteins are involved in practic...

Proteome

...ifies a protein by cleaving it into short peptides and then deduces the protein's identity by matching the observed peptide masses against a sequence database . Tandem mass spectrometry, on the other hand, can get sequence information from individual peptides by isolating them, colliding them with a nonreac...

Proteomics

...eomic World - Resources for proteomics research. Yeast GFP Localization database - database of microscope images and quantitation for most of the yeast proteome. ...

Replication

... in a multiplicity of computer systems (multiprocessors). Storage or backup of the same data on multiple file systems is an example for replication. database replication is implemented, for example in MySQL, usually with a master slave relationship between the original and the copy. Updates are logged at t...

Restriction enzyme

...--TC GA---5' * = blunt ends External links Restriction enzymes: protein data bank molecule of the month REBASE - The Restriction Enzyme database ...

Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor

...o tryptophan. However, they do not receive as much marketing attention as the patentable drugs. External links MEDLINEplus drug information database The FDA Ban of L-Tryptophan References Tamam, L. and Ozpoyraz, N. (2002). Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor discontinuation syndr...

Database error

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Database error

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X-ray crystallography

... structure has been determined, it is often deposited in a crystallographic database such as the Protein Databank or the Cambridge Structure database . Many structures obtained in private commercial ventures to crystallize m...
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