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Links to molecular biology databases

DOI: 10.1186/gb-2000-1-1-reports235

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Navigation is extremely easy. The database listings are arranged in two tables: one for categories and the other for individual databases.The comprehensive and categorized list of different sorts of databases.The main drawback is that there is no review of developments in the field. For example, it would have been interesting to know which databases are new, which areas have seen the greatest increase in the number of databases, and the recent change in size of some of the more important sequence repositories.A number of other sites have links to some of the databases presented here (and to other resources); see, for example, the Computational biology or bioinformatics references from the Bioinformatics group at the University of California or Amos Bairoch's compilation of proteins and associated topics, which is very thorough.The molecular biology database collection: an online compilation of relevant database resourcesNucleic Acids ResearchGenBankEMBL nucleotide sequence databaseComputational biology or bioinformatics referencesAmos Bairoch's compilation of proteins and associated topics


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