|Bioinformatics Links Directory
||The Bioinformatics Links Directory features
curated links to molecular resources, tools and databases.
All of the resources are free or available for a nominal
||Database of biotechnology
||Canadian Bioinformatics Help Desk is an
excellent source for bioinformaticians whether in the
public or private domain.
||Codon usage tabulated from
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to Sequence Analysis
||This guide will introduce the
reader to molecular sequence analysis.
||Here is a very interesting
article from Modern Drug Discovery that reviews techniques
used to analyze microarray data. The techniques range from
unsupervised methods such as hierarchical clustering and
self-organized maps (SOMs) to supervised methods such as
the "nearest-neighbor" approach, classification
trees, support vector machines (SVMs), and neural
networks. Some of the supervised software packages that
are currently available include: MIT's GeneCluster,
Silicon Genetics' GeneSpring, and BioDiscovery's
GeneSight. Source: Modern
Center for Biotechnology Information
||Entrez, GenBank, homology
searches and more.
||Find open reading frames from
|PA Subcellular Localization Web Server
||Believed to be the world's most accurate and
comprehensive predictor of protein sub-cellular
primer design guidelines
||Applied Biosystems guidelines
for sequence design of PNA oligomers.
||The Restriction Enzyme
||ScienceSlides is a
PowerPoint-dedicated software for speakers and educators
in general biomedical fields.
||Find a sequence tagged site
primer in your genomic sequence from NCBI.