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David's Bioresources Page

Molecular Biology, Biochemistry, and Neuroscience

Established for the Laboratory of William Millington at UMKC


Medline, Nucleotide, and Protein Database Searches

o David's Molecular Biology Database Search Page is a list of links connecting to literature citation, sequence homology and protein structure search programs.
o David's Molecular Biology Database Index is a growing list of nucleotide, protein and genomic databases located throughout the world. Each database is provided with a description, and a hot-link to a site when it can be searched.
o International Bioinformatic Database Institutions Page is a description of each of the major contributors to International Molecular Biology Databases. Links are established to each institution.

PCR Primer Selection

o Text Based Selection of PCR Primers using xprimer protocols.
o Image Based Selection of PCR Primers using xprimer protocols.

Biotech Company Links/Registry

o Biotech Company WWW Registry is a very complete listing of Biotech companies.
o Bio-Synthesis for synthesis of DNA, Proteins, and other services.
o Fisher Chemical
o Gibco BRL for molecular biology and tissue culture products (and more).
o Perkin Elmer for PCR Reagents
o Promega for molecular biology products
o Sigma Chemical for chemicals and much more.

Biology Software FTP Archives

o BioCatalog is a software directory of general interest in molecular biology and genetics.
o MIT Genome Center FTP Archive-Software including Primer 0.5,a great program to determine PCR Primers.(Dos, Mac, UNIX, VMS)
o Clustalw is meant for multiple sequence alignment of nucleotides and proteins (Dos, Mac, UNIX, VMS). This is a web interface to Clustalw.

Neuroscience Links

o Neuroscience Resources (from Yahoo)
o Digital Anatomist: Interactive Brain Atlas shows anamations, blood vessles, MRI, 3D pathways and a host of other features through gross disections, models, histological slides, and x-ray topography data. Be certain to "Show All Outlines", then click on a structure to have it identified.
o Whole Brain Atlas which integrates clinical information with magnetic resonance (MR), x-ray computed tomography (CT), and nuclear medicine images.

Biological resources (jumping off points)

o Pedro's BioMolecular Research Tools is a collection of WWW links to information and services useful to molecular biologists.
o ExPASy Molecular Biology Server is dedicated to the analysis of protein and nucleic acid sequences as well as 2-D PAGE.
o Biologists' Control Panel
o Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Online (CLIO)
o Harvard Biological Labs - Genome Research has some more very popular jumping off places
o NIH Home Page contains information about grants, regulations and provides some interesting resources.
o Department of Energy Research Involving Human Subjects Current Activities FY 1994
o National Center for Genome Resources
o National Institutes of Health, National Library of Medicine, ENTREZ
o Whitehead Institute Biology Page
o BioSci Web Site has information about the biology USENET news groups, bio-journals and bioinformatics information.
o Analytical Ultracentrifugation WWW page at the UTHSCSA Biochemistry Department has some great info about ultracentrifugation.

Bio/Chemical Journals and Biosoftware Documentation

o Pedro's Listing of Journals shows the table of contents of hundreds of current journals.
o NIH's Pointers to On-Line Journals
o Journal of Biological Chemistry has full text on-line.
o Protein Science has abstracts and other information on-line.
o Science has a few articles and other information on-line.

Tools to "Surf the Web"

o WebCrawler is a keyword searchable robot for the web.
o Yahoo is a topic based index of the web.

Kansas City Biological Resources

o Dykes Library

University of Missouri Web Pages

o University of Missouri System Web Site
o UMKC Web Page
o UMKC School of Medicine Web Page
o Univ of Missouri Volume Purchase Agreements
o CCTR Document Index

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